MPI CE Oral Presentations

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2014
1Boland W. Chlorophyll Digestion and Function in the Insect Gut. Chemistry & Biology of Tetrapyrroles: Hemes, Chlorophylls, Bilins, Corrins (Vitamin B12) and Related Cofactors of Life, Gordon Research Conferences, Salve Regina University, Newport, RI, US, Jul 2014 (invited)
2Groot A.T. Evolution of sexual attraction in moths. Seventh International Symposium on Molecular Insect Science, Amsterdam, NL, Jul 2014
3Baldwin I.T. How a native plant solves life's challenges with a sophisticated use of chemistry. Graduate Biology School Symposium, Graduate Biology School, Biotechnology Institute Thurgau (BITg), University of Konstanz, Konstanz, DE, Jul 2014 (invited)
4Burse A. Defensive secretions of leaf beetles: a small step from deterrent de novo synthesis to sequestration in Chrysomelina evolution? 30th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL, US, Jul 2014
5Goldberg J.K. Skin lipids of the striped plateau lizard (Sceloporus virgatus) may signal female receptivity and reproductive quality alongside visual ornaments. 30th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL, US, Jul 2014
6Goldberg J.K. Evolutionary aspects of the use of predator odors in anti-predator strategies of Lumholtz’s tree-kangaroos (Dendrolagus lumholtzi). 30th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL, US, Jul 2014
7Hansson B.S. Silverstein-Simeone Lecture: Olfactory-based resource location and danger avoidance in Drosophila. 30th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL, US, Jul 2014 (invited)
8Heckel D.G. Genomic insights into herbivore strategies for dealing with secondary plant compounds and chemical and biological insectides. 30th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL, US, Jul 2014 (invited)
9Jiménez-Alemán G.H. Jasmonates: new insights into structure-activity relationships and metabolism. 30th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL, US, Jul 2014
10Vattekkatte A. Single template, multiple currencies: multiproduct sesquiterpene synthase from Medicago truncatula. 30th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL, US, Jul 2014
11Baldwin I.T. Are roots in the dark? Combining field ecology, molecular biology and optical physics to understand the roles of photoreceptors in the roots of plants. 14th HFSP Awardees Meeting, Human Frontiers Science Program, Lugano, CH, Jul 2014
12Kaltenpoth M. A perfect drug deal: Evolution, ecology, and genomics of symbiont-mediated antibiotic defense in solitary wasps. Status Symposium: The Evolution of German Evolutionary Biology, Volkswagen-Stiftung, Universität Potsdam, Hannover, DE, Jul 2014
13Kost C. Privatization of public goods stabilizes cooperative cross-feeding interactions between two bacterial species. Status Symposium: The Evolution of German Evolutionary Biology, Volkswagen-Stiftung, Universität Potsdam, Hannover, DE, Jul 2014
14Schneider B. NMR analysis of enzyme products with ecological implications. Seminar talk, University of Bangor, School of Biological Sciences, Bangor, GB, Jul 2014 (invited)
15Gershenzon J. Roles of Plant Volatiles in Plant Life: Prospects in a Changing World. Gordon Research Conference - Biogenic Hydrocarbons & the Atmosphere: Interactions in a Changing World, Gordon Research Conferences, Girona, ES, Jul 2014 (invited)
16Meldau S. Secrets of ancient patterns: The role of cytokinins in plant defense patterns. Auxins and cytokinins in plant development and interactions with other phytohormones- -International Symposium 2014, Institute of Experimental Botany AS CR, Prague, CZ, Jul 2014
17Svatoš A. LC-MSE based quantification of heterologous expressed antimicrobial peptides from the leaf apoplast of Nicotiana attenuata. 8th Central and Eastern European Proteomics Conference (CEEPC) meets 2nd International Metabolomics Austria (InMetA), Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, AT, Jul 2014 (invited)
18Mithöfer A. Herbivory-induced signaling and defenses in plants. Summer Symposium, University of Würzburg, Würzburg, DE, Jul 2014 (invited)
19Mithöfer A. Calcium signaling, herbivore-induced jasmonate pathway and defense. Plant Calcium Signaling, PCS 2014, Münster, DE, Jun 2014
20Warskulat A.C. Biosynthesis of nudicaulins during the petal development of Papaver nudicaule flowers. Trends in Natural Products Research 2014: Young Scientists Meeting, Phytochemical Society of Europe (PSE), Olomouc, CZ, Jun 2014
21Berasategui A. Geographical stability of endosymbiotic gut bacteria of the large pine weevil and their role in the detoxification of terpenes. Conference "Evolution 2014", Raleigh, NC, US, Jun 2014
22Badeke E. A challenge for a male moth: Scenting the female sex pheromone in the background of plant volatiles. Insect Chemical Ecology (ICE 14), State College, US, Jun 2014
23Kaltenpoth M. Symbiotic bacteria affect cuticular hydrocarbon profiles in tsetse flies (Glossina m. morsitans). 8th International Wolbachia Conference, University of Innsbruck, Molecular Ecology Group, Institute of Ecology, Innsbruck, AT, Jun 2014
24Boland W. Functional analysis of the defensive system of juvenile leaf beetles by RNAi. 4th International HIPS-Symposium, Helmholtz-Institut für Pharmazeutische Forschung Saarland, Saarbrücken, DE, Jun 2014 (invited)
25Biedermann P. Biology of bark and Ambrosia beetles. Life and Art Studies, USDA Forest Service, Asheville, NC, US, May 2014
26Boland W. Sequestration of Plant-Derived Glycosides by Leaf beetles: a Model System for Evolution and Adaptation. Chemistry and Time - Beilstein Bozen Symposium 2014, Beilstein Institut, Prien (Chiemsee), DE, May 2014 (invited)
27Baldwin I.T. How a native plant solves life’s challenges with a sophisticated use of chemistry. Leopoldina-Symposium, Leopoldina Nationale Akademie der Wissenschaften, Halle (Saale), DE, May 2014 (invited)
28Kunert G. Chemical, physiological and ecological mechanisms that maintain pea aphid host races. SFB 1047 (Timing bei Insekten), Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Lehrstuhl für Tierökologie und Tropenbiologie, Würzburg, DE, May 2014 (invited)
29Biedermann P. Ambrosia beetle sociality and lab breeding. Bark & Ambrosia Beetle Academy, University of Florida, Gainsville, Florida, US, May 2014
30Mithöfer A. Mechanismen der pflanzlichen Verteidigung gegen herbivore Insekten. Institutskolloquium, Julius-Kühn-Institut für Biologischen Pflanzenschutz, Darmstadt, DE, May 2014 (invited)
31Schneider B. Natural product analysis in chemical ecology. 5th International Chemistry Conference - Chemistry for Durable Globe and Society Welfare, Saudi Chemical Society, King Khalid University, Abha, SA, Apr 2014 (invited)
32Baldwin I.T. How a native plant solves life's challenges with a sophisticated use of chemistry. Haberlandt-Lecture, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, DE, Apr 2014 (invited)
33Mithöfer A. Scents of survival: Volatiles and plant defense. 1st International Conference “Biotechnology in Agriculture”, University of Tirana, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Tirana, AL, Apr 2014 (invited)
34Santhanam R. Bacterial community interactions with Nicotiana attenuata. Limnologisches Kolloquium, Institute für Ökologie, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Aquatic Geomicrobiology/Limnology, Jena, DE, Apr 2014
35Hansson B.S. Coding good and bad odors in the Drosophila brain. 16th International Neuroscience Winter Conference, brainplatform.net e.U., Sölden, AT, Apr 2014 (invited)
36Schneider B. NMR- and MS-based cell type-specific metabolic profiling of plants. Workshop Metabolomics 2014, Leiden University, Leiden, NL, Apr 2014 (invited)
37Baldwin I.T. Using our biological legacy before it's lost; melding computational and natural history approaches to provide economic arguments for conservation. 18th Annual International Conference on Research in Computational Molecular Biology, University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, US, Apr 2014 (invited)
38Flórez Patino L.V. Bacteria-mediated egg protection? Transmission and defensive function of symbiotic bacteria in lagriid beetles. MiCom 2014 - 4th International Student Conference on Microbial Communication, Jena School for Microbial Communication, Jena, DE, Apr 2014
39Hansson B.S. Good or bad? - Coding of door valence in Drosophila. Seminar, University of Groningen, Groningen, NL, Apr 2014 (invited)
40Hansson B.S. Good or bad? - Coding of door valence in Drosophila. Seminar, University of Groningen, Groningen, NL, Apr 2014 (invited)
41Pande S. Genome reduction in bacteria results in division of metabolic labour and a transition in individuality. MiCom 2014 - 4th International Student Conference on Microbial Communication, Jena School for Microbial Communication, Jena, DE, Apr 2014
42von Reuß S.H. Connecting Genotypes, Phenotypes and Chemical Signals via MS and NMR based Metabolomics. MiCom 2014 - 4th International Student Conference on Microbial Communication, Jena School for Microbial Communication, Jena, DE, Apr 2014
43Baldwin I.T. How a native plant solves life’s challenges with a sophisticated use of chemistry. Seminar, University of Utah, Department of Biology, Salt Lake City, US, Mar 2014
44Grosse-Wilde E. Evolution of Insect Olfaction. Seminar, National Centre for Biological Sciences, NCBS, Bangalore, IN, Mar 2014 (invited)
45Mithöfer A. Insect herbivoy-induced calcium signaling in plants. XVIth Cologne Minisymposium on Plant Biology; Plant Signalling pathways, Uni Köln, Köln, DE, Mar 2014 (invited)
46Schneider B. NMR- and MS-based micrometabolic profiling of special plant cell types and tissue. 3rd International Conference and Exhibition on Metabolomics & Systems Biology, OMICS Group 169th OMICS Group Conference, San Antonio, TX, US, Mar 2014 (invited)
47Schneider B. Natural product analysis in chemical ecology. 3rd International Conference and Exhibition on Metabolomics & Systems Biology, OMICS Group 169th OMICS Group Conference, San Antonio, TX, US, Mar 2014 (invited)
48Kaltenpoth M. A perfect drug deal: Evolution, ecology, and genomics of symbiont-mediated antibiotic defense in solitary wasps. Fakultätskolloquium, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Biologisch-Pharmazeutische Fakultät, Jena, DE, Mar 2014 (invited)
49Gershenzon J. How herbivores deal with glucosinolate defenses. DynaMo Seminar, University of Copenhagen, DNRF Center of Excellence for Dynamic Molecular Interactions, Copenhagen, DK, Mar 2014 (invited)
50Svatoš A. Imaging and identification of small signaling molecules. RIKEN - MPI Joint Workshop: On the Forefront of Metabolomics and Future Prospects, RIKEN - Institute of Physical and Chemical Research, Yokohama, JP, Feb 2014 (invited)
51Hansson B.S. Smelling Your Way to the Good Stuff - Sex, Bugs, and Push‘n’Pull. Public Lecture Series: SCIENCE meets MUSIC, Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience, Palm Beach, FL, US, Feb 2014 (invited)
52Baldwin I.T. Plasticity in the signaling that Nicotiana attenuata uses to cope with biotic stresses. Keystone Symposia "Plant Signaling: Dynamic Properties", Breckenridge, Colorado, US, Feb 2014 (invited)
53Bisch-Knaden S. Female sense of smell: Olfactory coding in silkmoths. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Volatiles: Exploring the Plant Headspace: Functional Analysis and Emerging Applications, Gordon Research Conferences, Ventura, CA, US, Jan 2014 (invited)
54Gaquerel E. Multidimensional analysis of herbivory-induced volatile emissions reveals new insights into signals tuning sesquiterpene production. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Volatiles: Exploring the Plant Headspace: Functional Analysis and Emerging Applications, Gordon Research Conferences, Ventura, CA, US, Jan 2014 (invited)
55Gershenzon J. Biosynthesis of minor volatiles with major effects. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Volatiles: Exploring the Plant Headspace: Functional Analysis and Emerging Applications, Gordon Research Conferences, Ventura, CA, US, Jan 2014 (invited)
56Irmisch S. Volatile nitriles produced by CYP71 enzymes are involved in direct defense in poplar. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Volatiles: Exploring the Plant Headspace: Functional Analysis and Emerging Applications, Gordon Research Conferences, Ventura, CA, US, Jan 2014
57Kessler D. The ecological functions of floral chemistry. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Volatiles: Exploring the Plant Headspace: Functional Analysis and Emerging Applications, Gordon Research Conferences, Ventura, CA, US, Jan 2014 (invited)
58Kunert G. The influence of host plants in the pea aphid complex. Meeting of The Speciaphid Project, Paris, FR, Jan 2014 (invited)
59Salem H. The Elemental Value of Gut Symbionts to the Vitamin Metabolism of Firebugs. Keystone Symposium: Mechanisms and Consequences of Invertebrate-Microbe Interactions Interactions, Tahoe City, US, Jan 2014
60Boland W. Überleben mit Duft und Nektar. Pflanzen als Schädlinge und Nützlinge. Vortrag, Naturkundemuseum Erfurt, Erfurt, DE, Jan 2014 (invited)
61Sachse S. Drosophila Olfaction - Coding Strategies in a Sensory Network. Biologisches Kolloquium, AG Morphologie & Evolution der Wirbellosen, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Marburg, DE, Jan 2014
62Sachse S. Drosophila olfaction – coding strategies in a sensory network. Symposium “Behavioral Physiology”, Humboldt University Berlin, Berlin, DE, Jan 2014 (invited)
2013
1Tuchina O. Studying olfaction from an evolutionary perspective. Seminar, Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad, RU, Dec 2013 (invited)
2Hansson B.S. Drosophila neuroecology - Smelling your way to the best resource. Seminar, The Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Zoology, Beijing, CN, Dec 2013 (invited)
3Erb M. Molecular ecology of secondary metabolites in root-herbivore interactions. Advances in Swiss research on the chemical ecology of plant defences, Université de Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel, CH, Dec 2013 (invited)
4Baldwin I.T. How a native plant solves life's challenges with a sophisticated use of chemistry. Berlin Life Science Colloquium, Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology, Berlin, DE, Dec 2013 (invited)
5Gershenzon J. Costs and benefits of diversity in plant chemical defense. IBL Symposium 2013: From Molecules to Society, Leiden, NL, Dec 2013 (invited)
6Mithöfer A. Insect herbivoy-induced calcium signaling in plants. Institutskolloquium: Molecular Plant Physiology & Biophysics, Universität Würzburg, Julius-von-Sachs-Institut für Biowissenschaften, Würzburg, DE, Dec 2013 (invited)
7Grosse-Wilde E. Genomics and Insect Olfaction. Seminar, Max Planck-Genome-centre Cologne, Cologne, DE, Dec 2013 (invited)
8Biedermann P. Ambrosia fungus diversity and its (potential) regulation. Seminar, Wageningen University, Department of Plant Sciences, Wageningen, NL, Nov 2013 (invited)
9Biedermann P. Cooperation under the bark: Symbioses & sociality in ambrosia beetles. Seminar, Wageningen University, Laboratory of Genetics, Wageningen, NL, Nov 2013 (invited)
10Grosse-Wilde E. Evolution of olfactory genes in insects. Seminar, MPI for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, DE, Nov 2013 (invited)
11Rybak J. Synaptic circuits in the brain of Drosophila melanogaster – a correlative approach. Symposium Korrelative Mikroskopie, Jena Center of Medical Optics and Photonics (CeMOP Jena), Jena, DE, Nov 2013 (invited)
12Baldwin I.T. Using plant mediated RNAi in the field to study plant-herbivore interactions. 32nd New Phytologist Symposium: Plant interactions with other organisms: molecules, ecology and evolution, New Phytologist Trust, Universidad Católica Argentina, Buenos Aires, AR, Nov 2013 (invited)
13Heckel D.G. QTL mapping in Lepidoptera: The search for genes for resistance to Bt toxin and for male response to sex pheromones. Seminar, North Carolina State University, Department of Applied Ecology, Raleigh, NC, US, Nov 2013 (invited)
14Hansson B.S. Drosophila neuroecology - Smelling your way to the best resource. Seminar, FSU Jena, Institut für Ökologie, Jena, DE, Nov 2013 (invited)
15Mithöfer A. Talking plants? Kommunikation bei Pflanzen. 4. Fachtage Ökologische Pflege, langenlois, AT, Nov 2013 (invited)
16Gershenzon J. Enzyme recruitment and the evolution of plant defense. Seminar talk, Ohio State University, Agricultural Technical Institute, Wooster, OH, US, Nov 2013 (invited)
17Gershenzon J. Conifers, fungi and bark beetles: Chemical warfare among three kingdoms of life. Seminar talk, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, US, Nov 2013 (invited)
18Giddings Vassão D. Toxicity and detoxification of plant chemical defenses in insect pests. Seminar Series of the NAP-PN, Support Nucleus of Natural Product Molecular Diversity Research, University of São Paulo, Sao Paulo, BR, Nov 2013 (invited)
19Hansson B.S. Finding the right stuff - olfactory-based resource location in Drosophila. Lecture, University of Zürich, Institute of Systematic Botany, Zurich, CH, Nov 2013 (invited)
20Heckel D.G. QTL mapping in Lepidoptera: The search for genes conferring resistance to Bt toxins and for determining male response to sex pheromones. Special Biology Seminar, The Pennsylvania State University, The Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences, University Park, PA, US, Nov 2013 (invited)
21Boland W. The hidden microbial contribution to plant-insect interactions. Entomology 2013 - ESA 61st Annual Meeting, Entomological Society of America, Austin, TX, US, Nov 2013 (invited)
22Boland W. The hidden microbial contribution to plant-insect interactions. Entomology 2013 - ESA 61st Annual Meeting, Entomological Society of America, Austin, TX, US, Nov 2013
23Erb M. Plant metabolic links between leaf and root feeding insects: Who is running the show? Entomology 2013 - ESA 61st Annual Meeting, Entomological Society of America, Austin, TX, US, Nov 2013
24Grosse-Wilde E. Evolution of olfactory genes in insects. Zoologisches Kolloquium, Universität Regensburg, Regensburg, DE, Nov 2013 (invited)
25Heckel D.G. Applications of new insights on Bacillus thuringiensis toxin mode of action to resistance management. Entomology 2013 - ESA 61st Annual Meeting, Entomological Society of America, Austin, TX, US, Nov 2013 (invited)
26Heckel D.G. Learning the ABCs of Bt: An unexpected role of ABC transporters in the mode of action of Bacillus thuringiensis toxins. Entomology 2013 - ESA 61st Annual Meeting, Entomological Society of America, Austin, TX, US, Nov 2013 (invited)
27Baldwin I.T. How a native plant solves life's challenges with a sophisticated use of chemistry. Public lecture, Carl Friedrich von Siemens Stiftung, München, DE, Nov 2013 (invited)
28Boland W. Introduction of the Max Planck Institute of Chemical Ecology - Leaf beetles. Northwest University Xian, Xian, CN, Nov 2013 (invited)
29Mißbach C., Grosse-Wilde E. Evolution of olfactory genes in insects. Seminar, Zoologisches Forschungsmuseum Alexander Koenig, Bonn, DE, Nov 2013 (invited)
30Svatoš A. LESA analysis of bacterial surface: from microbial communication to food safety. 2nd European AMS workshop "Ambient Mass Spectrometry in food and natural products" (Satellite Workshop), 6th International Symposium on Recent Advances in Food Analysis (RAFA 2013), Institute of Chemical Technology (ICT), Prague, CZ, Nov 2013 (invited)
31Hammerbacher A. Ceratocystis polonica detoxifies phenolic defenses in ist host Picea abies. Vortrag, University Uppsala, Uppsala, SE, Nov 2013 (invited)
32Heckel D.G. Genomic approaches to understanding resistance. Seminar, Monsanto Company, St. Louis, Missouri, US, Nov 2013 (invited)
33Giddings Vassão D. Toxicity and Detoxification of Plant Chemical Defenses in Insect Pests. 4th Brazilian Conference on Natural Products, Natal, BR, Oct 2013 (invited)
34Svatoš A. Quantitation MSI of natural products. COST: MSI Quantitation Workshop, COST Action BM1104 "Mass Spectrometry Imaging: New Tools for Healthcare Research", University of Geneva, Geneva, CH, Oct 2013
35Baldwin I.T. How a native plant solves life’s challenges with a sophisticated use of chemistry. Seminar, North Carolina Plant Molecular Biology Consortium, Durham, NC, US, Oct 2013 (invited)
36Unsicker S. Herbivore-induced volatile emission in black poplar (Populus nigra). Weihenstephaner Kolloquium zur Angewandten Ökologie, Technische Universität München, Freising-Weihenstephan, DE, Oct 2013 (invited)
37Biedermann P. Wood-boring weevils as models for studying the evolution of intra- and interspecific cooperation. Ecological Seminar, Ökologisches Kolloquium, Universität Bremen, Bremen, DE, Oct 2013
38Grosse-Wilde E. Genomics and Insect Olfaction. User-Workshop von CLC Bioscience, LMU München, Munich, DE, Oct 2013 (invited)
39Sachse S. Progress report of the BMBF Research Group. 5th Meeting of the BMBF neuroscience groups, Hamburg, DE, Oct 2013 (invited)
40Baldwin I.T. Natural- and artificial allopolyploids of Nicotiana attenuata * N. obtusifolia; what can we learn about herbivore resistance in the context of allopolyploidization? 10th Solanaceae Conference Genome versus Phenome, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, CN, Oct 2013 (invited)
41Olsson S. Odor Objects in the Complex World. Public Presentation, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, Pacific Biosciences Research Center, Honolulu, HI, US, Oct 2013 (invited)
42Burse A. Identification of secretory proteins in defensive secretions from juvenile leaf beetles. 7th Central and Eastern European Proteomics Conference (CEEPC), Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2013
43Pauchet Y. Molecular dissection of nuptial food gifts in a cricket. 7th Central and Eastern European Proteomics Conference (CEEPC), Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2013
44Boland W. Überleben mit Duft: Pflanzen contra Herbivore. Festvortrag zur Auszeichnung von Promotionsstudenten, Technical University of Dresden, Dresden, DE, Oct 2013 (invited)
45Gretscher R. Extracellular Cu/Zn-SODs playing an important role in anti-microbial immune response of leaf beetles. RNAi, infections and xenobiotics. 47. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie, Ökologie, The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuth, DE, Oct 2013
46Olsson S. Odor Objects in a Complex World. Biology Seminar, Lund University, Faculty of Sciences, Department of Biology, Lund, SE, Oct 2013
47Olsson S. Odor Objects in a Complex World. Seminar, University of Lausanne, Lausanne, CH, Oct 2013 (invited)
48Sachse S. Olfaktorische Kodierung in Drosophila - Strategien eines sensorischen Netzwerkes. Symposium zur Besetzung der W3 Professur Neurobiologie, Berlin, DE, Oct 2013 (invited)
49Unsicker S. Chemische Ökologie der Wechselwirkungen zwischen Schwarzpappeln und herbivoren Insekten. Vortrag, Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt, DE, Oct 2013 (invited)
50Baldwin I.T. Using Plant-mediated RNAi in the field to study plant-insect interactions. Botanikertagung 2013, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Tübingen, DE, Oct 2013
51Heckel D.G. Genetics of the male behavioral response to the female sex pheromone in Ostrinia nubilalis. IBED minisymposium on Sexual Selection and Speciation, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, NL, Oct 2013 (invited)
52Mithöfer A. Insect-induced jasmonates and carnivorous plants. Botanikertagung 2013, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Tübingen, DE, Oct 2013
53Mithöfer A. Insect-induced jasmonates and carnivorous plants. Botanikertagung 2013, Tübingen, DE, Oct 2013
54Schäfer M. New roles for cytokinins in plant responses to wounding and herbivore perception. Botanikertagung 2013, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Tübingen, DE, Oct 2013 (invited)
55Heckel D.G. Insect-bacterial coevolutionary interactions on two time scales: the case of Bacillus thuringiensis. Seminar, Julius-Kühn-Institut, Darmstadt, DE, Oct 2013 (invited)
56Badeke E. Reception and coding of pheromone processing in moth. 13th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Villasimius, IT, Sep 2013
57Barthel A. Generalist vs specialist: consequence of a specialized lifestyle. ESF-EMBO Symposium Integrated Insect Immunology: From Basic Biology To Environmental Applications, European Science Foundation, Pultusk, PL, Sep 2013
58Baschwitz A. Quantitative analysis of the input-output connectivity of the Drosophila antennal lobe. 13th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Villasimius, IT, Sep 2013
59Farhan A. Olfactory modulations in fruit fly Drosophila depends on feeding status. 13th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Villasimius, IT, Sep 2013
60Grosse-Wilde E. Olfaction and Manduca sexta gene expression. 13th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Villasimius, IT, Sep 2013
61Hansson B.S. Evolving to smell - Drosophila olfaction. 13th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Villasimius, IT, Sep 2013
62Harzsch S. Insects do it outside, crustaceans do it inside: an evolutionary comparison of insect and crustacean olfactory pathways. 13th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Villasimius, IT, Sep 2013
63Lébreton S. Love is blind: suppression of pheromone attraction by mating in Drosophila females. 13th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Villasimius, IT, Sep 2013
64Olsson S. Temporally tuned for flight. 13th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Villasimius, IT, Sep 2013
65Sachse S. Odor Coding Strategies in the Drosophila Olfactory Circuit. 13th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Villasimius, IT, Sep 2013
66Thoma M. Vinegar fly behavior towards odor mixtures: an additive approach. 13th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Villasimius, IT, Sep 2013
67Vogt R.G. Moths and butterflies: evolution of the lepidoptera specific GOBP/PBP gene complexes of Manduca sexta, Bombyx mori, Danaus plexippus, and Heliconius melpomene. 13th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Villasimius, IT, Sep 2013
68Boland W. Wehrchemie bei Blattkäfern: Ein Modellsystem für Evolution und Anpassung. Festkolloquium anlässlich des 50jährigen Bestehens des Instituts für Biochemie der Universität zu Köln und zur Feier des 90. Geburtstages von Herrn Prof. Dr. Lothar Jaenicke, Universität zu Köln, Institut für Biochemie, Köln, DE, Sep 2013 (invited)
69Baldwin I.T. How a native plant solves life's challenges with a sophisticated use of chemistry. Lecture, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzengenetik und Kulturpflanzenforschung, Gatersleben, DE, Sep 2013 (invited)
70Unsicker S. Herbivore-induced volatiles in black poplar and their role in indirect tree defense. GFÖ 43rd Annual Conference, Potsdam, DE, Sep 2013
71Olsson S. Odor Objects in a Complex World. 1st International Workshop on Odor Spaces, Hannover, DE, Sep 2013
72Sachse S. Coding of Odor Valence and Intensity in the Drosophila Olfactory Circuit. 1st International Workshop on Odor Spaces, Hannover, DE, Sep 2013 (invited)
73Vosteen I. Potential role of hoverfly-plant species interaction in sympatric speciation of the pea aphid complex. 19th European Meeting of PhD students in Evolutionary Biology, University of Exeter, Falmouth, GB, Sep 2013
74Boland W. Chemical Defense in Leaf Beetles; a model for Ecology and Adaptation. Wissenschaftsforum Chemie, Darmstadt, DE, Sep 2013 (invited)
75Erb M. Signaling in plant-insect interactions. 7th EPSO Conference "Plants for a Greening Economy", European Plant Science Organisation, Porto Heli, GR, Sep 2013
76Hansson B.S. Finding the right stuff - olfactory-based resource location in Drosophila. ECRO 2013, European Chemoreception Research Organisation, Leuven, BE, Aug 2013
77Wicher D. Sensitivity regulation in insect odorant receptors. ECRO 2013, European Chemoreception Research Organisation, Leuven, BE, Aug 2013 (invited)
78Biedermann P. Evolution of cooperation in ambrosia beetles. Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, BE, Aug 2013
79Baldwin I.T. How a Native Plant Solves Life’s Challenges with a Sophisticated Use of Chemistry. International Chemical Ecology Conference 2013, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Asia-Pacific Association of Chemical Ecologists, Melbourne, AU, Aug 2013 (invited)
80Beran F. Phyllotreta striolata Flea Beetles Selectively Sequester and Hydrolyze Glucosinolates from Their Host Plants. International Chemical Ecology Conference 2013, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Asia-Pacific Association of Chemical Ecologists, Melbourne, AU, Aug 2013
81Groot A.T. Patterns Emerging in the Genetic Basis of Moth Sexual Communication. International Chemical Ecology Conference 2013, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Asia-Pacific Association of Chemical Ecologists, Melbourne, AU, Aug 2013 (invited)
82Hansson B.S. Good and Bad Odors - Correlates of Valence in the Drosophila Olfactory System. International Chemical Ecology Conference 2013, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Asia-Pacific Association of Chemical Ecologists, Melbourne, AU, Aug 2013 (invited)
83Knaden M. Olfactory Driven Foraging Strategies of the Desert Ant Cataglyphis fortis. International Chemical Ecology Conference 2013, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Asia-Pacific Association of Chemical Ecologists, Melbourne, AU, Aug 2013 (invited)
84Koutroumpa F. Genetic Analysis of Male Preference for Female Sex Pheromones in Ostrinia nubilalis. International Chemical Ecology Conference 2013, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Asia-Pacific Association of Chemical Ecologists, Melbourne, AU, Aug 2013
85Pauls G., Boland W. Analysis of Glucose Conjugates in Leaf Beetles and Their Host Plants. International Chemical Ecology Conference 2013, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Asia-Pacific Association of Chemical Ecologists, Melbourne, AU, Aug 2013
86Stitz M. The Key to Flower Opening: Jasmonate Signaling and Flower Development in Nicotiana attenuata. International Chemical Ecology Conference 2013, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Asia-Pacific Association of Chemical Ecologists, Melbourne, AU, Aug 2013
87Strauß A. Beetle Juice Strategy: ABC Transporter Acts as a Gatekeeper While Unifying Sequestration and Active Defense. International Chemical Ecology Conference 2013, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Asia-Pacific Association of Chemical Ecologists, Melbourne, AU, Aug 2013
88Svatoš A. Laser Assisted Mass Spectrometric Imaging of Plants, Insects, and Bacteria Semiochemicals. International Chemical Ecology Conference 2013, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Asia-Pacific Association of Chemical Ecologists, Melbourne, AU, Aug 2013 (invited)
89Unbehend M. Secrets in the Dark: Sexual Communication Variation in the Two Spodoptera frugiperda Strains. International Chemical Ecology Conference 2013, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Asia-Pacific Association of Chemical Ecologists, Melbourne, AU, Aug 2013
90Baldwin I.T. How a native plant solves life’s challenges with a sophisticated use of chemistry. SPPS 2013, Scandinavian Plant Physiology Society, Helsingør, DK, Aug 2013 (invited)
91Heckel D.G. Learning the ABCs of Bt: An unexpected role of ABC transporters in the mode of action of Bacillus thuringiensis toxins. 46th Annual Meeting of the Society for Invertebrate Pathology - Conference on Invertebrate Pathology and Microbial Control, Pittsburgh, PA, US, Aug 2013 (invited)
92Giddings Vassão D. Toxicity and detoxification of plant chemical defenses in insect pests. PSNA 2013 - 52nd Annual Meeting, Phytochemical Society of North America, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, US, Aug 2013 (invited)
93Keesey I. Drosophila Olfaction, from Invasive Pests to Disease Detection. Seminar, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, Aug 2013 (invited)
94Heckel D.G. Insect-bacterial Coevolutionary interactions on two time scales: The case of Bacillus thuringiensis. Fakultätskolloquium, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Biologisch-Pharmazeutische Fakultät, Jena, DE, Aug 2013 (invited)
95Hänniger S. Allochronic differentiation on a moth. XIII. EBRS Congress, Munich, DE, Aug 2013
96Unbehend M. Secrets in the Dark: Sexual Communication Variation in the Two Spodoptera frugiperda Strains. The Bayliss Seminar Series, University of Western Australia, Perth, AU, Aug 2013
97Baldwin I.T. How a native plant solves life's challenges with a sophisticated use of chemistry. Norwich-Cambridge Plant and Microbial Student Symposium, Norwich, GB, Jul 2013 (invited)
98Dweck H. Vinegar flies have dedicated olfactory receptors for the detection of antioxidant aroma to improve survival and locomotor activity. NeuroDoWo 2013 - 24th Neurobiology doctoral students workshop, Max Planck Institute of Experimental Medicine, Göttingen, DE, Jul 2013
99Farhan A. Olfactory modulations in starved and fed fruit fly Drosophila. NeuroDoWo 2013 - 24th Neurobiology doctoral students workshop, Max Planck Institute of Experimental Medicine, Göttingen, DE, Jul 2013
100Stensmyr M.C. Drosophila olfactory neuroecology. NeuroDoWo 2013 - 24th Neurobiology doctoral students workshop, Max Planck Institute of Experimental Medicine, Göttingen, DE, Jul 2013 (invited)
101Hidalgo W. Phenylphenalenone-type compounds and its role as phytoalexins in the pathosystem Musa- M. fijiensis. Trends in natural products research: a young scientists meeting of PSE and ÖPhG, Austrian Pharmaceutical Society (ÖPhG); Phytochemical Society of Europe (PSE), Innsbruck University, University Centre Obergurgl, Obergurgl, AT, Jul 2013
102Kaltenpoth M. A perfect drug deal: Evolution of symbiont-mediated antibiotic defense in solitary wasps. FEMS 2013 - 5th Congress of European Microbiologists, Federation of European Microbiological Societies, Leipzig, DE, Jul 2013
103Warskulat A.C. Biosynthesis of nudicaulins in petals of Papaver nudicaule. Trends in natural products research: a young scientists meeting of PSE and ÖPhG, Austrian Pharmaceutical Society (ÖPhG); Phytochemical Society of Europe (PSE), Innsbruck University, University Centre Obergurgl, Obergurgl, AT, Jul 2013
104Shao Y. The insect as a simple model for complex host/microbiota studies. Seminar, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Biological Pharmacy, Shanghai, CN, Jul 2013
105Mithöfer A. New Aspects of captured prey-induced leaf movement in carnivorous Drosera. Annual Meeting of the Society of Plant Signaling and Behavior, Vancouver, CA, Jul 2013
106Heiling S. Dereplication and Characterization of novel 17-Hydroxygeranyllinalool diterpene glycosides (HGL-DTGs) in 24 Solanaceous species by U(H)PLC/ESI-TOF-MS and MS/MS. Metabolomics 2013, Metabolomics Society, Glasgow, GB, Jul 2013 (invited)
107Machado R.A.R. Auxins and jasmonates coordinate regrowth responses from rootstocks in Nicotiana attenuata. Society for Experimental Biology Annual Main Meeting 2013, Society for Experimental Biology, Valencia, ES, Jul 2013
108Boland W. Surviving with odours; plants against herbivores. Universität Salzburg, Salzburg, AT, Jul 2013 (invited)
109Boland W. Survival with volatiles: plants against herbivores. ICA-Symposium July 2013, University of Salzburg, PhD program "Immunity in Cancer & Allergy", Salzburg, AT, Jul 2013 (invited)
110Unsicker S. Ecological role of poplar volatiles. Institutsseminar, FSU Jena, Institut für Ökologie, Jena, DE, Jun 2013 (invited)
111Wright L. Isotopic labelling of the MEP pathway in Arabidopsis thaliana lines over-expressing 1-deoxyxylulose phosphate synthase, shows the existence of a second methylerythritol cyclodiphosphate metabolite pool. Plants and People Conference, MPI für Molekulare Pflanzenphysiologie, Potsdam, DE, Jun 2013 (invited)
112Olsson S. Odor Objects in a Complex World. Informatics Seminar, University of Sussex, Brighton, GB, Jun 2013 (invited)
113Boland W. Elicitors from Plant Feeding Insects. MPG-CNR Workshop on "Biosphere - Atmosphere Interactions and Communication", Max Planck Society, Como, IT, Jun 2013 (invited)
114Gershenzon J. Biosphere-Atmosphere Interactions. MPG-CNR Meeting, Integration and Partnership in Science and Technology, Loveno de Menaggio, IT, Jun 2013
115Olsson S. Odor Objects in a Complex World. Bioengineering Seminar, Imperial College London, London, GB, Jun 2013 (invited)
116Badeke E., Pregitzer P. Reception and coding of pheromone signals in insects. 4th Annual Meeting of the SPP 1392 "Integrative Analysis of Olfaction", Jena, DE, Jun 2013 (invited)
117Wicher D., Stengl M. Functional role of the insect odorant coreceptor. 4th Annual Meeting of the SPP 1392 "Integrative Analysis of Olfaction", Jena, DE, Jun 2013
118Badeke E. Pheromone-plant interaction in Heliothis virescens. SPP Olfaction: 3rd PhD Meeting, Jena, DE, Jun 2013
119Hammerbacher A. Genetic variation in spruce polyphenol biosynthesis can enhance breeding efforts for more resistant trees. Conifer Genome Symposium, Kiruna, SE, Jun 2013
120Erb M. Secondary metabolites as determinants of root-herbivore resistance and susceptibility in maize. Kolloquium des Sonderforschungsbereichs SFB924 "Molecular Mechanisms of Agronomic Traits", TU München, Wissenschaftszentrum Weihenstephan, Freising, DE, Jun 2013
121Frick S. Metal ions control chain-length specificity of isoprenyl diphosphate synthases in insects. TERPNET 2013 - 11th International Meeting on Biosynthesis, Function and Biotechnology of Isoprenoids in Terrestrial and Marine Organisms in Terrestrial and Marine Organisms, TERPNET 2013, Kolymari, Crete, GR, Jun 2013
122Gershenzon J. Roles of sesquiterpene volatiles in plant defense and defense signaling. TERPNET 2013 - 11th International Meeting on Biosynthesis, Function and Biotechnology of Isoprenoids in Terrestrial and Marine Organisms in Terrestrial and Marine Organisms, TERPNET 2013, Kolymari, Crete, GR, Jun 2013 (invited)
123Nagel R. Diversion products of terpenoid-based oleoresin biosynthesis function in defense. TERPNET 2013 - 11th International Meeting on Biosynthesis, Function and Biotechnology of Isoprenoids in Terrestrial and Marine Organisms in Terrestrial and Marine Organisms, TERPNET 2013, Kolymari, Crete, GR, Jun 2013
124Getahun M.N. Getting message across via Protein kinase C (PKC). Seminar Universität Kassel, Kassel, DE, Jun 2013 (invited)
125Stensmyr M.C. The maxillary palps of the fly mediate yeast preference. Cell Symposia: Genes, Circuits and Behavior, Toronto, CA, Jun 2013
126Fatangare A. High throughput analysis of differentially induced metabolites using metaXMCS and automated fragmentation tree alignment. 9th Plant Science Student Conference - PSSC 2013, Halle (Saale), DE, May 2013
127Gershenzon J. Enzyme recruitment and the evolution of plant defense pathways. 9th Plant Science Student Conference - PSSC 2013, Halle (Saale), DE, May 2013 (invited)
128Handrick V. Biosynthesis of induced defense compounds in corn: Methylation of DIMBOA-Glc. 9th Plant Science Student Conference - PSSC 2013, Halle (Saale), DE, May 2013
129Boland W. Chemical Ecology - Plant defense. NAMRU - Naval Medical Research Unit Six, Lima, PE, May 2013 (invited)
130Hansson B.S. Sensing danger - an olfactory toxicity signal for Drosophila. 33rd Blankenese Conference - Nutrient Sensing: From Brain to Gut, Hamburg, DE, May 2013 (invited)
131 How to aquire plant toxins for defense; a beetles perspective. Ponteficia Universidad Catolica del Peru, Lima, PE, May 2013
132Boland W. How to acquire plant toxins for defense; a beetles perspective. Pontificia Universidad Catolicade Peru, Lima, PE, May 2013 (invited)
133Boland W. Host plant shift caused loss of a biosynthetic enzyme in larvae of Chrysomela lapponica. Pontificia Universidad Catolicade Peru, Lima, PE, May 2013 (invited)
134Gershenzon J. Functions of plant volatiles and their impact on the atmosphere. ESRP Meeting 2013, Schloss Waldthausen, Mainz, DE, May 2013 (invited)
135Mithöfer A. „Proyectos y ofertas de la Sociedad Max Planck“ – Projects and Possibilities in the Max Planck Society. Symposium “Research in Germany" Symposium “Research in Germany”, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Lima, PE, May 2013 (invited)
136Olsson S. Chemical Ecology: The unspoken language of Nature. Seminar, National Center for Biological Sciences, Bangalore, IN, May 2013 (invited)
137Gaquerel E. Deciphering rapid metabolic changes in plants during insect herbivory: an integrative omic approach using native tobacco. Colloquium of the Collaborative Research Centre 973 “Priming and Memory of Organismic Responses to Stress“, Freie Universität Berlin, Dahlem Centre of Plant Sciences (DCPS), Berlin, DE, May 2013 (invited)
138Baldwin I.T. Beyond the sequencing bottleneck: manipulations and phenotyping as important challenges for the future. New Model Systems for Linking Evolution and Ecology, European Molecular Biology Laboratory EMBL, Heidelberg, DE, May 2013 (invited)
139Erb M. Plant Secondary Metabolites as Determinants of Root-Herbivore Interactions. Biologisches Kolloquium, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Karlsruhe, DE, Apr 2013 (invited)
140Baldwin I.T. How a native plant solves life's challenges with a sophisticated use of chemistry. 2013 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Chemistry Symposium, University of Pennsylvania, Department of Chemistry, Philadelphia, US, Apr 2013 (invited)
141Barthel A. Hemocyte-mediated immune response: Consequences of a specialized lifestyle. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium 2013, MPI for Chemical Ecology, IMPRS, Jena, DE, Apr 2013
142Clavijo McCormick A.L. Volatile mediated recruitment of natural enemies in poplar trees. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium 2013, MPI for Chemical Ecology, IMPRS, Jena, DE, Apr 2013
143D'Souza G. Loose to gain: Adaptive fitness benefits drive prevalent loss of biosynthetic genes in bacteria. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium 2013, MPI for Chemical Ecology, IMPRS, Jena, DE, Apr 2013
144Fatangare A. Application of 2-[18F]fluoro-2-Deoxy-D-glucose (18FDG) in in vivo plant imaging. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium 2013, MPI for Chemical Ecology, IMPRS, Jena, DE, Apr 2013
145Frenkel J. The first diatom pheromone. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium 2013, MPI for Chemical Ecology, IMPRS, Jena, DE, Apr 2013
146Groh K. The hermit crab’s nose – antennal transcriptomics. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium 2013, MPI for Chemical Ecology, IMPRS, Jena, DE, Apr 2013
147Groten K. IMPRS report of the coordinator. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium 2013, MPI for Chemical Ecology, IMPRS, Jena, DE, Apr 2013
148Jirschitzka J. Identification of the penultimate enzymes in the biosynthesis of cocaine and other tropane alkaloids in Erythroxylum coca and other Erythroxylum species. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium 2013, MPI for Chemical Ecology, IMPRS, Jena, DE, Apr 2013
149Stitz M. The key to flower opening: Jasmonate signaling and foral development in Nicotiana attenuata. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium 2013, MPI for Chemical Ecology, IMPRS, Jena, DE, Apr 2013
150Strauß A. Beetle juice strategy: ABC transporter acts as a gatekeeper while unifying sequestration and active defense in leaf beetle larvae. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium 2013, MPI for Chemical Ecology, IMPRS, Jena, DE, Apr 2013
151Warskulat A.C. Nudicaulins of Papaver nudicaule flowers: structure & biosynthesis. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium 2013, MPI for Chemical Ecology, IMPRS, Jena, DE, Apr 2013
152Hansson B.S. Non-model models in olfaction. 35th annual meeting of the Association for Chemoreception Sciences (AChemS), Huntington Beach, US, Apr 2013 (invited)
153Schneider B. NMR-based cell type-specific metabolic profiling. Metabolomics Workshop, Leiden University, Leiden, NL, Apr 2013 (invited)
154Svatoš A. Mass spectrometric imaging of metabolites. Moderne Methoden der Massenspektrometrie und Chromatographie, Universität Rostock, Institut für Chemie Abteilung Analytische und Technische Chemie, Abteilung Analytische und Technische Chemie, Rostock, DE, Apr 2013
155Gershenzon J. Roles of plant volatiles –on beyond terpenes. Plant Volatiles: From Ecology to Exploitation, European Science Foundation, CNR Istituto per la Protezione delle Piante, Dipartimento di Scienze Bio-Agro-Alimentari (DiSBA), Florence, IT, Apr 2013 (invited)
156Biedermann P. Microbial symbionts and their functions in fungus farming weevils. 18th DZG graduate meeting „Evolutionary Biology“, Deutsche Zoologische Gesellschaft, Göttingen, DE, Mar 2013
157Salem H. Detailing the symbiotic contributions of Actinobacteria towards firebugs. 18th DZG graduate meeting „Evolutionary Biology“, Deutsche Zoologische Gesellschaft, Göttingen, DE, Mar 2013
158Biedermann P. The evolution of cooperation in ambrosia beetles. Entomologentagung 2013, Deutsche Gesellschaft für allgemeine und angewandte Entomologie, Göttingen, DE, Mar 2013
159Biedermann P. Studien über die Evolution von Kooperation bei Ambrosiakäfern (Curculionidae; Scolytinae) – Evolution of Cooperation in Ambrosia Beetles. ÖEG - Kolloquium 2013, Österreichische Entomologische Gesellschaft, Universität Innsbruck, Institut für Ökologie, Innsbruck, AT, Mar 2013
160Biedermann P., Kaltenpoth M. Assoziierte Mikroorganismen und ihre Funktion für Pilze züchtende Ambrosiakäfer (Scolytinae). ÖEG - Kolloquium 2013, Österreichische Entomologische Gesellschaft, Universität Innsbruck, Institut für Ökologie, Innsbruck, AT, Mar 2013
161Strube-Bloss M. ENCODING OF ODOR-REWARD ASSOCIATION IN SINGLE MUSHROOM BODY OUTPUT NEURONS CORRELATES WITH BEHAVIORAL PERFORMANCE. 10th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society, Göttingen, DE, Mar 2013 (invited)
162Baldwin I.T. How a native plant solves life's challenges with a sophisticated use of chemistry. Public lecture, Florida Max-Planck-Foundation, Palm Beach, US, Mar 2013 (invited)
163Baldwin I.T. Eavesdropping on phytohormone signaling in Nature: lessons from a native tobacco. Seminar, State University of Ohio, Ohio Agriculal Research and Development Center, Wooster, US, Mar 2013 (invited)
164Kaltenpoth M. Actinobacteria as essential nutritional symbionts in pyrrhocorid bugs. Jahrestagung der Vereinigung für Allgemeine und Angewandte Mikrobiologie (VAAM) zusammen mit der Koninklijke Nederlandse Vereniging voor Microbiologie (KNVM), Vereinigung für Allgemeine und Angewandte Mikrobiologie (VAAM), Bremen, DE, Mar 2013
165Morgenstern A. Seeing more than red - Unexpected prodigiosin pigments in Streptomyces coelicolor. Jahrestagung der Vereinigung für Allgemeine und Angewandte Mikrobiologie (VAAM) zusammen mit der Koninklijke Nederlandse Vereniging voor Microbiologie (KNVM), Vereinigung für Allgemeine und Angewandte Mikrobiologie (VAAM), Bremen, DE, Mar 2013
166Pande S. Less is more - Bacterial gene loss results in a division of metabolic labour and the formation of intercellular networks. Jahrestagung der Vereinigung für Allgemeine und Angewandte Mikrobiologie (VAAM) zusammen mit der Koninklijke Nederlandse Vereniging voor Microbiologie (KNVM), Vereinigung für Allgemeine und Angewandte Mikrobiologie (VAAM), Bremen, DE, Mar 2013
167Svatoš A. Surface analysis of bacteria. 46. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Massenspektrometrie, Deutschen Gesellschaft für Massenspektrometrie, Humboldt-Universität Berlin, Berlin, DE, Mar 2013
168Olsson S. Odor Objects in a World of Molecules. Seminar, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, Mar 2013 (invited)
169Tuchina O. Olfaction in terrestrial hermit crabs Coenobita. Seminar, Zoologisches Institut und Museum Cytologie und Evolutionsbiologie Universität Greifswald, Greifswald, DE, Mar 2013 (invited)
170Olsson S. Odor object localization. Janelia conference "Insect vision: Cells, Computation, and Behavior", Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Ashburn, US, Mar 2013 (invited)
171Gershenzon J. Corn fights off pests with ist own designer perfumes. Seminar talk, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, US, Mar 2013 (invited)
172Gershenzon J. Franken-Plants: Is genetic engineering a monstrous benefit in studying chemical mediation of plant-herbivore interactions? Gordon Research Conference - Plant-Herbivore Interactions: The Changing Face of Plant-Herbivore Studies, Gordon Research Conferences, Ventura, CA, US, Mar 2013 (invited)
173Bodemann R. To kill two birds with one stone.systemic silencing of an extracellular superoxide dismutase in Phaedon cochleariae (coleoptera). iBeetle Symposium: New horizons in molecular zoology. iBeetle Symposium: New horizons in molecular zoology, Göttingen, DE, Mar 2013
174Kaltenpoth M. Chemische Ökologie und Evolution der Symbionten-produzierten antimikrobiellen Verteidigung von Bienenwölfen. 25. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA e.V., Irsee, DE, Feb 2013
175Sachse S. Inhibitory Projection Neurons in the Fly - Structure and Function for Odor Coding & Processing. CAS Symposium "How Inhibitory Circuits Govern Olfactory Processing", Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, München, DE, Feb 2013 (invited)
176Berasategui A. How does Hylobius abietis cope with terpenes in ist diet? Seminar talk, KTH Chemical Science and Engineering, Stockholm, SE, Feb 2013
177Miazzi F. Trying to use behavioural tests to predict female mate choice in the zebra finch Taeniopygia guttata. Annual conference of the Ethological Society, Bielefeld, DE, Feb 2013
178Sachse S. Encoding and Processing of Olfactory Information in Neural Circuits. Mini-Symposium "Date the Brains and Face your Data", Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Frankfurt, DE, Feb 2013 (invited)
179Biedermann P. Divergent experimental selection for philopatry and dispersal affects the evolution of cooperative breeding in primitively eusocial ambrosia beetles. biology13, Universität Basel, Zoologisches Institut - Evolutionary Biology, Basel, CH, Feb 2013
180Hansson B.S. Good and bad odors – correlates of valence in the Drosophila olfactory system. Patton Lecture (Entomology Seminar), Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, Feb 2013 (invited)
181Heckel D.G. Host-strain differentiation in Spodoptera frugiperda. Quatrième séminaire du Réseau d'Etudes Fonctionnelles chez les Organismes modèles. Lepidopteran Workshop, Paris, FR, Feb 2013 (invited)
182Erb M. Chemical signals as determinants of root-herbivore interactions. NCCR Plant Survival Final Conference: "Plant Survival: a story of sex, violence and light", NCCR (National Centre of Competence in Research) Plant Survival, Université de Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel, CH, Jan 2013 (invited)
183Baldwin I.T. Molecular ecology of plant-hebirvore interactions. Top-lectures Series for Master Students, Universtiy of Leiden, Institute of Biology, Leiden, NL, Jan 2013 (invited)
184Schneider B. Spectroscopic analysis of metabolite profiles in plant cells and on surfaces. Seminar, Joint Mass Spectrometry Centre and the Virtual Helmholtz Institute of Complex Molecular Systems in Environmental Health, Rostock, DE, Jan 2013 (invited)
2012
1Hansson B.S. Chemical Ecology in Jena. FliACT Workshop, Jena, DE, Dec 2012 (invited)
2Wicher D. Insect odorant receptors: hardware vs. Software. FliACT Workshop, Jena, DE, Dec 2012 (invited)
3Wicher D. General introduction to ion channel physiology. FliACT Workshop, Jena, DE, Dec 2012 (invited)
4Gershenzon J. Enzyme recruitment and the evolution of plant defense pathway. Seminar, University of California Davis, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Department of Plant Sciences, Davis, CA, US, Dec 2012 (invited)
5Baldwin I.T. Manipulating gene expression to study plant-mediated ecological interactions: lessons from Nicotiana attenuata. Frontiers of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Dec 2012
6Boland W. Sequestration of plant-derived glycosides by leaf beetles: a Model system for evolution and adaptation of chemical defenses. Frontiers of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Dec 2012
7Erb M. Dark magic? Chemical ecology of root-herbivore interactions. Frontiers of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Dec 2012
8Gershenzon J. Prepared for poison: How herbivores circumvent plant defenses. Frontiers of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Dec 2012
9Hansson B.S. Insect Olfaction: Present state and future directions. Frontiers of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Dec 2012
10Heckel D.G. Genetics of sex pheromone systems in Lepidoptera. Frontiers of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Dec 2012
11Kaltenpoth M. The chemical ecology of symbiotic interactions with microorganisms. Frontiers of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Dec 2012
12Kellmann J.W. The Max Planck Society and its Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology in Jena. Frontiers of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Dec 2012
13Knaden M. Odor-guided behavior in ants and flies. Frontiers of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Dec 2012
14Kost C. Small but GREAT - The power of using microbes to address fundamental questions in chemical ecology. Frontiers of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Dec 2012
15Olsson S. Odor objects in the insect world. Frontiers of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Dec 2012
16Rybak J. Mapping the invertebrate connectome. Frontiers of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Dec 2012
17Stensmyr M.C. Comparative olfactory neuroethology. Frontiers of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Dec 2012
18Unsicker S. Plant volatiles in biotic interactions. Frontiers of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Dec 2012
19Wicher D. Insect odorant receptor function and signaling. Frontiers of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Dec 2012
20Baldwin I.T. Training Genome-Enabled Field Biologists and understanding what is required for plants to survive in the real world. Fakultätskolloquium, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Biologisch-Pharmazeutische Fakultät, Jena, DE, Dec 2012 (invited)
21Boland W. Leaf beetles. University of Leiden, Leiden, NL, Nov 2012 (invited)
22Svatoš A. Quantitative and qualitative plant proteomics: A platform for answering biological questions. International Symposium on Proteomics beyond Ids & Fourth Annual Meeting of Proteomics Society, CSIR- National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, IN, Nov 2012 (invited)
23Mithöfer A. Plant-Insect Interactions: From Herbivore Recognition to Defenses. Biologisches Kolloquium, Karlsruhe Institue of Technology, Uni Karlsruhe, Fakultät Chemie- und Biowissenschaften, Karlsruhe, DE, Nov 2012 (invited)
24Baldwin I.T. Functional genomics of a native tobacco. Seminar, University of Exeter, College of Life and Environmental Sciences, Exeter, GB, Nov 2012 (invited)
25Gaquerel E. Integrative analysis of metabolic systems underlying plant phenotypic plasticity. Seminar, University of Heidelberg, Centre for Organismal Studies, Heidelberg, DE, Nov 2012 (invited)
26Hansson B.S. Really disgusting odors - olfactory coding in Drosophila. Manfred-Eigen-Gespräche 2012, Jena, DE, Nov 2012 (invited)
27D'Souza G. You loose some, you gain some: Trait loss confers a fitness advantage to bacteria. MiCom 2012 - 3rd International Student Conference on Microbial Communication, Jena School for Microbial Communication, Jena, DE, Nov 2012
28Engl T. The current status of 65 million years of symbiotic evolution. MiCom 2012 - 3rd International Student Conference on Microbial Communication, Jena School for Microbial Communication, Jena, DE, Nov 2012
29Michal Johnson J. Agony to Harmony - Ca2+ signaling in unstable continuum: Role of Piriformospora indica-induced intracellular calcium elevation in beneficial and pathogenic plant-fungus interactions in Arabidopsis thaliana. MiCom 2012 - 3rd International Student Conference on Microbial Communication, Jena School for Microbial Communication, Jena, DE, Nov 2012
30Waschina S. Differences in metabolic profiles promote cross-feeding in microbial communities. MiCom 2012 - 3rd International Student Conference on Microbial Communication, Jena School for Microbial Communication, Jena, DE, Nov 2012
31Svatoš A. Laser assisted mass spectrometric imaging of plants, insects, and bacteria. CECE 2012 - 9th International Interdisciplinary Meeting on Bioanalysis, Central European Institute of Technology, Brno, CZ, Nov 2012
32Stensmyr M.C. Olfactory Neuroecology of the Vinegar Fly. Seminar, Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory (TLL), Singapore, SG, Oct 2012
33Shao Y. In vivo Pyro-SIP analysis of active gut microbiota from the cotton leafworm, Spodoptera littoralis. 44. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
34von Reuß S.H. Small Molecule Signaling in Nematodes. 44. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
35Meldau S. Mechanisms behind optimal defense in plants. Seminar, Julius Kühn Institute, Federal Research Centre for Cultivated Plants JKI, Braunschweig, DE, Oct 2012 (invited)
36Meldau S. Mechanisms behind optimal defense in plants. Kolloquium des Dahlem Centre of Plant Sciences, Dahlem Centre of Plant Sciences, Berlin, DE, Oct 2012 (invited)
37Baldwin I.T. Political lesson from native plants. Minerva German-Israeli Science Festival, Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung Deutschland, Jerusalem, IL, Oct 2012 (invited)
38Svatoš A. Profiling and quantitative plant proteomics in data independent mode. 6th Central and Eastern European Proteomic Conference, Budapest, HU, Oct 2012
39Heckel D.G. Insect-bacterial coevolutionary interactions on two time scales: the case of Bacillus thuringiensis. SEPEEG 2012, Southeastern Ecological Genetics Group, Clemson University, Clemson, SC, US, Oct 2012 (invited)
40Baldwin I.T. Tom Eisner’s Nature Vision. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
41Beran F. Small insects, big choices: Crucifer-feeding flea beetles choose their host plants based on their chemical potential for self-defense and aggregation. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
42Burse A. Sequestration in leaf beetles: elucidation of a transport network. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
43Groot A.T. Evolutionary forces shaping sexual attraction in Lepidoptera. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
44Kessler D. Ask the plant. Bioassays at the Lytle Ranch Preserve. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
45Kirsch R. Deconstruction of the plant primary cell wall: an insect perspective. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
46Knaden M. Navigation in desert ants: the use of vision and olfaction. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012 (invited)
47Mithöfer A. Carnivorous plants and insects: New insights in an old topic. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
48Sachse S. Structure and function of olfactory circuits in Drosophila. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
49Salem H. Actinobacteria as essential symbionts for a cosmopolitan cotton pest. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
50Schneider B. Contributions of NMR spectroscopy to chemical ecology. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
51Schuman M. There goes the neighborhood! Community effects of plant volatiles. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
52Stensmyr M.C. The chemical ecology of the vinegar fly. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
53Svatoš A. How can Ethomics benefit from other -omics? International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
54Unsicker S. New volatiles from old trees: Chemical communication of old-growth black poplar trees with herbivores and herbivore enemies. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
55Tatsis E. Iceland poppy, nudicaulins and their biosynthetic pathway. Seminar, University of Helsinki, Department of Agricultural Sciences, Helsinki, FI, Oct 2012 (invited)
56Baschwitz A. Coding of odor valence in neural circuits of Drosophila. Chemical Ecology 2012 Mini-Symposium, Rothamsted, GB, Sep 2012
57Bühlmann C. Finding a tiny insect in the big desert. Chemical Ecology 2012 Mini-Symposium, Rothamsted, GB, Sep 2012
58Dweck H. Dissecting the olfactory sensory neurons on the maxillary palp of the vinegar fly. Chemical Ecology 2012 Mini-Symposium, Rothamsted, GB, Sep 2012
59Groh K. Molecular insights into hermit crab olfaction. Chemical Ecology 2012 Mini-Symposium, Rothamsted, GB, Sep 2012
60Hansson B.S. A dedicated olfactory pathway – the ultimate Drosophila STOP signal. Chemical Ecology 2012 Mini-Symposium, Rothamsted, GB, Sep 2012
61Klinner C. Functional analysis of olfactory receptors in Manduca sexta. Chemical Ecology 2012 Mini-Symposium, Rothamsted, GB, Sep 2012
62König C. The ups and downs of a moths life: Gene expression profiling in Manduca sexta. Chemical Ecology 2012 Mini-Symposium, Rothamsted, GB, Sep 2012
63Thoma M. Don´t panic - a hitchhiker´s guide to behavioral mixture responses. Chemical Ecology 2012 Mini-Symposium, Rothamsted, GB, Sep 2012
64Schneider B. NMR-Based Micrometabolic Profiling of Special Plant Tissue and Cell Populations. 13th International Symposium on Natural Product Chemistry (ISNPC-13), International Center for Chemical and Biological Sciences, University of Karachi, Karachi, PK, Sep 2012 (invited)
65Stengl M., Wicher D. Analysis of olfactory transduction mechanisms in the behaving hawkmoth Manduca sexta. 3rd Annual Meeting of the SPP 1392 "Integrative Analysis of Olfaction", Konstanz, DE, Sep 2012
66Krieger J. Giant Robber Crabs (Birgus latro) monitored from space - GPS based telemetric studies on Christmas Island. 105. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft, Konstanz, DE, Sep 2012
67Hufsky F. Comparing Fragmentation Trees from Electron Impact Mass Spectra with Annotated Fragmentation Pathways. German Conference on Bioinformatics 2012, Jena, DE, Sep 2012
68Harzsch S. Crustaceans that colonized land: the troubles of evolving aerial ancestors. Arthropod Neuroscience Network - Satellite Symposia, German Zoological Society, Konstanz, DE, Sep 2012
69Sachse S. Inhibitory circuits in the Drosophila olfactory system. Honeybee-Drosophila Meeting of former Menzel and Heisenberg lab members, Konstanz, DE, Sep 2012 (invited)
70Baldwin I.T. Eavesdropping on phytohormone signaling in Nature: lessons from a native tobacco. XXIX Reunión Argentina de Fisiología Vegetal, Instituto de Investigaciones Fisiologicas y Ecologicas Vinculadas a la Agricultura - Cátedra de Cultivos Industriales, Mar del Plata, AR, Sep 2012 (invited)
71Schneider B. NMR-Based Micrometabolic Profiling of Special Plant Cell Types. 14th Central and Eastern European NMR Symposium (CEUM 2012) 14th Central and Eastern European NMR Symposium, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and Bruker BioSpin, Bulgarian NMR Centre, Institute of Organic Chemistry, Centre of Phytochemistry, Varna, BG, Sep 2012 (invited)
72Unsicker S. The ecology of plant volatiles. Vortrag, Universität Salzburg, Salzburg, AT, Sep 2012 (invited)
73Boland W. Mord im Gemüsebeet. Vortrag, Palmengarten der Stadt Frankfurt am Main, Frankfurt, DE, Sep 2012 (invited)
74Sachse S., Krieger J. Reception and Coding of Pheromone Signals in Insects. 3rd Annual Meeting of the SPP 1392 "Integrative Analysis of Olfaction", Konstanz, DE, Sep 2012 (invited)
75Gershenzon J. So many plant metabolites … so many great plant biochemists. Jubiläumsveranstaltung, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie, Halle (Saale), DE, Sep 2012 (invited)
76Gershenzon J. Chemical defenses in floral scent and nectar: How to deter foes but still attract friends. 42nd Annual Meeting "From basic ecology to the challenges of modern society", Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland, Lüneburg, DE, Sep 2012 (invited)
77Svatoš A. Chemical ecology of essential oils: analytical methods and biological activity. 43rd International Symposium on Essential Oils (ISEO), Lisbon, PT, Sep 2012 (invited)
78Kuwar S. Transcriptional and translational response to a plant protease inhibitor and Annotation of serine protease superfamily in Helicoverpa armigera. 2nd International Symposium on Insect Midgut Biology 2012, Guangzhou, CN, Sep 2012
79Warskulat A.C. Biosynthesis of Nudicaulins in Papaver nudicaule. 9th NMR/MS Meeting, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Engelsbach, DE, Sep 2012
80Baldwin I.T. Insect resistance for the long haul: lessons from a native plant. Seminar at IBMP, Institut de Biologie Moléculaire des Plantes - Université de Strasbourg, Strasbourg, FR, Aug 2012 (invited)
81Frenkel J. Investigation of the mating pathway in the diatom Seminavis robusta. 22th International Diatom Symposium, Ghent, BE, Aug 2012
82Mithöfer A. Plants and herbivorous insects: Examples for trophic interactions. Symposium on Bioconservation, Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima, PE, Aug 2012 (invited)
83Baldwin I.T. Asking the ecosystem about the function of plant-secondary metabolites. 9th Solanaceae Conference Conference SOL 2012, University of Neuchatel, Neuchâtel, CH, Aug 2012 (invited)
84Gaquerel E. Regulatory and structural genes controlling herbivory-induced changes in the phenolamide metabolic network. 9th Solanaceae Conference Conference SOL 2012, University of Neuchatel, Neuchâtel, CH, Aug 2012 (invited)
85Gase K. What is special about the ecological model plant, Nicotiana attenuata: Sequencing, assembly and analysis of the genome. 9th Solanaceae Conference Conference SOL 2012, University of Neuchatel, Neuchâtel, CH, Aug 2012
86Boland W. Host plant shift caused loss of a biosynthetic enzyme in larvae of Chrysomela lapponica. 24th International Congress of Entomology, August 19-25, 2012 in Daegu, South Korea, Daegu, KR, Aug 2012 (invited)
87Boland W. Host plant shift caused loss of a biosynthetic enzyme in larvae of Chrysomela lapponica (Chrysomelinae). XXIV. International Congress of Entomology - "New Era in Entomology", The Entomological Society of South Korea, Daegu, KR, Aug 2012
88Burse A. Precise RNAi mediated silencing of metabolic active proteins in defense secretions of juvenile leaf beetles. XXIV. International Congress of Entomology - "New Era in Entomology", The Entomological Society of South Korea, Daegu, KR, Aug 2012
89Hansson B.S. Representation of behaviorally relevant odor information in the Drosophila brain. XXIV. International Congress of Entomology - "New Era in Entomology", The Entomological Society of South Korea, Daegu, KR, Aug 2012
90Hansson B.S. A peripheral 'memory' in the Drosophila olfactory system. XXIV. International Congress of Entomology - "New Era in Entomology", The Entomological Society of South Korea, Daegu, KR, Aug 2012
91Kaltenpoth M. Evolution of symbiont-mediated antibiotic defense in solitary wasps. XXIV. International Congress of Entomology - "New Era in Entomology", The Entomological Society of South Korea, Daegu, KR, Aug 2012
92Kaltenpoth M. Defensive mutualisms and diffuse host-symbiont co-evolution in Hymenoptera. XXIV. International Congress of Entomology - "New Era in Entomology", The Entomological Society of South Korea, Daegu, KR, Aug 2012
93Kirsch R. Polygalacturonase activity in phytophagous beetles: one way to utilize plant cell wall polysaccharides. XXIV. International Congress of Entomology - "New Era in Entomology", The Entomological Society of South Korea, Daegu, KR, Aug 2012
94Köhler S. Joining forces in defense: Production dynamics and ecology of symbiont-produced antibiotics reveal long term antimicrobial protection for wasp offspring. XXIV. International Congress of Entomology - "New Era in Entomology", The Entomological Society of South Korea, Daegu, KR, Aug 2012
95Pauchet Y. Deconstruction of the plant primary cell wall: an insect perspective. XXIV. International Congress of Entomology - "New Era in Entomology", The Entomological Society of South Korea, Daegu, KR, Aug 2012
96Schramm K. Isothiocyanate metabolism in lepidopteran herbivores. XXIV. International Congress of Entomology - "New Era in Entomology", The Entomological Society of South Korea, Daegu, KR, Aug 2012
97Stensmyr M.C. Specialized noses for specialized lifestyles. XXIV. International Congress of Entomology - "New Era in Entomology", The Entomological Society of South Korea, Daegu, KR, Aug 2012
98Vogel H. Variety is the spice of life: a 21st century reappraisal of dietary mixing in a generalist insect herbivore. XXIV. International Congress of Entomology - "New Era in Entomology", The Entomological Society of South Korea, Daegu, KR, Aug 2012
99Vosteen I. Role of hoverfly - plant species interaction in maintenance of pea aphid host races. XXIV. International Congress of Entomology - "New Era in Entomology", The Entomological Society of South Korea, Daegu, KR, Aug 2012
100Sudakaran S. Evolution of distinct symbiotic microbiota in bugs of the Pyrrhocoridae family (Hemiptera). 14th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME14) - The Power of the Small, Copenhagen, DK, Aug 2012
101Meldau S. Mechanisms behind optimal defense in plants. Seminar, Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research, Ithaca, NY, US, Aug 2012 (invited)
102Tatsis E. Nudicaulins, Revised Structure and Biosynthesis. PSNA 2012 - 51st Annual Meeting, Phytochemical Society of North America, The University of Western Ontario, London, ON, CA, Aug 2012
103Knaden M. Spatial representation of odorant valence in an insect brain. 10th International Congress of Neuroethology, College Park, Maryland, US, Aug 2012
104Kaltenpoth M. Host-microbiota co-evolution and the importance of Actinobacteria as nutritional symbionts in pyrrhocorid bugs. 7th International Symbiosis Society Congress, International Symbiosis Society, Kraków, PL, Jul 2012
105Badgaa A. Fate of chlorophyll in the gut of Lepidopteran larvae. 28th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Vilnius, LT, Jul 2012
106Boland W. Plant defense elicitors: Coronalones as tunable synthetic analogues of Jasmonoyl-isoleucine. 39th Annual Conference, Plant Growth Regulation Society of America (PGRSA), Denver, CO, US, Jul 2012 (invited)
107Burse A. Identification of transport proteins implicated in the sequestration of plant derived metabolites by using RNAi in juvenile leaf beetles. 28th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Vilnius, LT, Jul 2012 (invited)
108Erb M. How to become a successful root pest in three simple steps- A beginner’s guide. 28th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Vilnius, LT, Jul 2012
109Frick S. Iridoid biosynthesis in leaf beetle larvae - Metal cofactors control chain length of an Isoprenyl diphosphate synthase from Phaedon cochleariae. 28th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Vilnius, LT, Jul 2012
110Rahfeld P. Characterization of proteins involved in the iridoid biosynthesis in the defensive glands of Phaedon cochleariae. 28th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Vilnius, LT, Jul 2012
111Shaheed M. Local distribution of epicuticular wax compounds on the leaf surface of Populus trichocarpa. 28th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Vilnius, LT, Jul 2012
112Svatoš A. A single point mutation in the transmembrane domain changes specificities of acyl-CoA desaturases and drives insect sex pheromone diversity. 28th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Vilnius, LT, Jul 2012
113Unbehend M. Speciation in progress: pheromonal divergence between the two strains of Spodopterda frugiperda (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). 28th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Vilnius, LT, Jul 2012
114Hansson B.S. Manduca jenensis. Symposium: “Olfaction in insects under debate: from receptors to behavior“, Würzburg, DE, Jul 2012 (invited)
115Hufsky F. Fast alignment of fragmentation trees. Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology 2012, Long Beach, US, Jul 2012
116Baldwin I.T. How plants solve the outcrossing-defense dilemma. Euro Evo Devo Conference, European Society for Evolutionary Developmental Biology, Lisbon, PT, Jul 2012 (invited)
117Baldwin I.T. Insect resistance for the long haul: lessons from a native plant. Invited Lecture Series at Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia, Lisbon, PT, Jul 2012 (invited)
118Mithöfer A. Basic concepts in Chemical Ecology: Indirect defense strategies of plants against herbivores. International Summer School “Biodiversity”, Biology Department, University of Osnabrück, Osnabrück, DE, Jul 2012 (invited)
119Hölscher D. Banana-Pathogen-Interactions II. Universität Kassel, Standort Witzenhausen, Witzenhausen, DE, Jul 2012
120Hänniger S. The moths watch - Observing timing differences in Spodoptera frugiperda strains on a molecular level. 1st Joint Congress on Evolutionary Biology, American Society of Naturalists (ASN), Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution (CSEE), European Society for Evolutionary Biology (ESEB), Society for the Study of Evolution (SSE), Society of Systematic Biologists (SSB), Ottawa, CA, Jul 2012
121Salem H. Actinobacteria as essential symbionts for a cosmopolitan cotton pest. 1st Joint Congress on Evolutionary Biology, American Society of Naturalists (ASN), Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution (CSEE), European Society for Evolutionary Biology (ESEB), Society for the Study of Evolution (SSE), Society of Systematic Biologists (SSB), Ottawa, CA, Jul 2012
122Baldwin I.T. Asking the ecosystem about the function of plant-secondary metabolites. Human Frontiers Science Program Awardees Meeting, Deagu, KR, Jul 2012 (invited)
123Shaheed M. Discovering the cover. Leaf surface chemistry of Populus trichocarpa and its biological role. JSMC Retreat 2012, Bad Sulza, DE, Jul 2012
124D'Auria J. The role of BAHD acyltransferases in the production and storage of cocaine and other tropane alkaloids in Erythroxylum coca. 3rd Banff Conference on Plant Metabolism, Alberta, CA, Jul 2012
125Erb M. How to become a successful root pest in three simple steps - A beginner's guide. Annual Meeting, Society of Experimental Botany, Salzburg, AT, Jul 2012 (invited)
126Weinhold A. Finding the brick in the (cell) wall - heterologous expression of antimicrobial peptides in Nicotiana attenuata. ILRS Group Seminar 2012, International Leibniz Research School for Microbial and Biomolecular Interactions, Jena, DE, Jul 2012
127Harzsch S. Crustaceans that colonized land: the troubles of evolving aerial olfaction when you had marine ancestors. XVI International Symposium on Olfaction and Taste (ISOT), Stockholm, SE, Jun 2012
128Knaden M. Spatial representation of odorant valence in an insect brain. XVI International Symposium on Olfaction and Taste (ISOT), Stockholm, SE, Jun 2012 (invited)
129Olsson S. Odor objects from a moth’s perspective. XVI International Symposium on Olfaction and Taste (ISOT), Stockholm, SE, Jun 2012
130Sachse S. Structure and function of olfactory circuits in Drosophila. XVI International Symposium on Olfaction and Taste (ISOT), Stockholm, SE, Jun 2012 (invited)
131Wicher D. Current view on insect odorant receptors. XVI International Symposium on Olfaction and Taste (ISOT), Stockholm, SE, Jun 2012 (invited)
132Irmisch S. Volatile aldoximes produced by CYP79 enzymes are involved in indirect plant defense in poplar. 11th International Symposium on Cytochrome P450 Biodiversity & Biotechnology, Museum of Natural Sciences, Torino, IT, Jun 2012
133Pauchet Y. Evolution of genes encoding plant cell wall degrading enzymes in phytophagous beetles. Dresdnder Zoologische Kolloquien, Museum für Tierkunde, Senckenberg Naturhistorische Sammlungen Dresden, Dresden, DE, Jun 2012 (invited)
134Olsson S. Ratiometric Infochemical Communication: A New Form of Information and Communications Technology. Preisverleihung Land der Ideen, Fraunhofer IOF, Jena, DE, Jun 2012 (invited)
135D'Auria J. Cocaine biosynthesis in coca plants. Seminar, Sciences Pharmaceutiques, EPGL, Geneva, CH, Jun 2012 (invited)
136Nagel R. Unexpected sied-branch products of terpenoid-based oleoresin biosynthesis function in plant defense. 8th Plant Science Student Conference, Leibnitz-Institut für Pflanzengenetik und Kulturpflanzenforschung (IPK), Gatersleben, DE, Jun 2012
137Joußen N. The chimeric P450 enzyme CYP337B3 is responsible for fenvalerate resistance of Australian Helicoverpa armigera. 11th International Symposium on Cytochrome P450 Biodiversity & Biotechnology, Torino, IT, Jun 2012
138Grosse-Wilde E. Olfactory genes in arthropods. Seminar, Uni Hohenheim, Hohenheim, DE, May 2012 (invited)
139Erb M. The root of all evil? Plant-herbivore interactions below ground. Symposium on sustainable land use, University of Basel, Institute of Botany, Basel, CH, May 2012
140Heiling S. MS-based Dereplication and Classification of Diterpene Glycosides Profiles of 23 Solanaceaous Plant Species. ASMS 2012/ Breakfast Workshops for Metabolomics and Biologics, Bruker Daltonics, Vancouver, CA, May 2012
141Wicher D. Insect odorant receptors are metabotropically controlled ligand-gated ion channels. Seminar, Uni Konstanz, Konstanz, DE, May 2012 (invited)
142Erb M. Sichtbare Lösungen für unsichtbare Gefahren - Wie die chemische Ökologie von Pflanzenwurzeln zur Ernährung beitragen kann. Press Conference Fascination of Plants Day, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, May 2012
143Krieger J., Sachse S. Reception and Coding of Pheromone Signals in Insects. Evaluation Symposium of the SPP 1392 “Integrative Analysis of Olfaction”, Bonn, DE, May 2012
144Boland W. Chemische Verteidigung bei Blattkäfern; mit Pflanzenpower gegen Fraßfeinde. GDCh-Kolloquium des Ortsverbandes Hannover, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Hannover, DE, May 2012 (invited)
145Kaltenpoth M. A perfect drug deal: how symbiotic bacteria can protect insects against pathogens. Max Planck LeadNet Meeting, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Berlin, DE, May 2012 (invited)
146Mithöfer A. Drosera und Nepenthes: Die andere Seite von Pflanzen-Insekten Interaktionen. Seminar, Universität Wien, Department für Strukturelle und Funktionelle Botanik, Wien, AT, May 2012 (invited)
147Gershenzon J. Costs and benefits of diversity in plant chemical defense. Lecture, SFB924 "Molecular mechanisms regulating yield and yield stability in plants", Center of Life and Food Sciences Weihenstephan, Technical University of Munich, Weihenstephan, DE, May 2012 (invited)
148Strauß A. Network of transport proteins involved in sequestration of plant glucosides within leaf beetles. 7th Transport Colloquium, Rauischholzhausen, DE, May 2012
149Schneider B. NMR-Based Cell Type-Specific Metabolic Profiling. Metabolomics Workshop, Leiden University, Leiden, NL, Apr 2012 (invited)
150Hansson B.S. Representation of odor valence in the Drosophila antennal lobe. “Frontiers in BioScience” - Joint Symposium of the Max Planck Society and the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation Argentina, Buenos Aires, AR, Apr 2012 (invited)
151Hansson B.S. Olfaction in primitive insects. EVOLF II, Puerto Natales, CL, Apr 2012 (invited)
152Wicher D. Evolutionary and functional aspects of chemoreceptor design. EVOLF II, Puerto Natales, CL, Apr 2012 (invited)
153Hansson B.S. Evolution of olfaction. Simposio-Synthesis-of-Scents, Valparaiso, CL, Apr 2012 (invited)
154Wicher D. Insect odorant receptors are metabotropically controlled ligand-gated ion channels. Simposio-Synthesis-of-Scents, Valparaiso, CL, Apr 2012 (invited)
155Groh K. Molecular Insights into Hermit Crab Olfaction. Workshop „Molecular Tools to Study Olfaction in Arthropods”, Universität Konstanz, Konstanz, DE, Mar 2012
156Klinner C. Functional Analysis of Olfactory Receptors in Manduca sexta. Workshop „Molecular Tools to Study Olfaction in Arthropods”, Universität Konstanz, Konstanz, DE, Mar 2012
157König C. Gene Expression Profiling in the Tobacco Hawkmoth Manduca sexta. Workshop „Molecular Tools to Study Olfaction in Arthropods”, Universität Konstanz, Konstanz, DE, Mar 2012
158Lavista Llanos S. Molecular Basis of Olfactory Specialization in Drosophila melanogaster Siblings. Workshop „Molecular Tools to Study Olfaction in Arthropods”, Universität Konstanz, Konstanz, DE, Mar 2012
159Mißbach C. Olfaction in the Jumping Bristletail Lepismachilis y-signata - A 390 Million-Year-Old Insect Nose -. Workshop „Molecular Tools to Study Olfaction in Arthropods”, Universität Konstanz, Konstanz, DE, Mar 2012
160Gershenzon J. How corn uses terpene perfumes as natural pest control agents. Symposium, Iowa State University, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Ames, US, Mar 2012 (invited)
161Gershenzon J. Why a center of excellence for glucosinolates? Inauguration of the DynaMo Center of Excellence, University of Copenhagen, Center for Dynamic Molecular Interactions (DynaMo), Copenhagen, DK, Mar 2012 (invited)
162Baldwin I.T. Pest resistance for the long haul: lessons from a native plant. Chemistry - Biology Lecture at Syngenta AG, Syngenta AG, Stein, DE, Mar 2012 (invited)
163Kaltenpoth M. The Brotherhood of the Wolf: Symbionts provide antimicrobial combination prophylaxis to beewolf wasps. Seminar Gewässerökologie, Eawag: Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Dübendorf, CH, Mar 2012 (invited)
164Hammerbacher A. Oxidative metabolism of host defenses enhances virulence of Ceratocystis polonica during infection of Norway spruce. Seminar, Centre for Forestry and Climate Change, Edinburgh, GB, Mar 2012
165Kai M. Mass spectrometric analysis of antibiotics from bacteria. Jahrestagung der Vereinigung für Allgemeine und Angewandte Mikrobiologie (VAAM), Association for General and Applied Microbiology, Tübingen, DE, Mar 2012
166Wicher D. Insect odorant receptors are ligand-gated ion channels regulated via metabotropic pathways. Ion Channels for Drug Discovery, Informa Life Sciences, Berlin, DE, Mar 2012 (invited)
167Kaltenpoth M. The Brotherhood of the Wolf: Symbionts Provide Antimicrobial Combination Prophylaxis to Beewolf Wasps. CRC Geobiology Lecture Series, Courant Research Centre Geobiology, Universität Göttingen Email: mhesse3@uni-goettingen.de Courant Research Centre Geobiology, University of Goettingen, Göttingen, DE, Mar 2012 (invited)
168Weinhold A. The silence of the genes - Impact and consequences for transgenes in plants. ILRS Symposium 2012, International Leibniz Research School for Microbial and Biomolecular Interactions, Jena, DE, Mar 2012
169Kunert G. Artbildung bei Insekten - Der Einfluß von Wirtspflanzen und natürlichen Feinden. 18. Tage des mathematischen und naturwissenschaftlichen Unterrichts, Erfurt, DE, Mar 2012
170Bonaventure G. Nicotiana attenuata LECTIN RECEPTOR KINASE 1 is involved in the perception of insect feeding. Tagung Molekularbiologie der Pflanzen, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Darbinghausen, DE, Mar 2012
171Strauß A. Disarming leaf beetle larvae: The crucial role of CpMRP in the defensive system. ABC2012 - FEBS Special Meeting - ATP-Binding Cassette Proteins: From Multidrug Resistance to Genetic Diseases, Innsbruck, AT, Mar 2012
172Baldwin I.T. Insect resistance for the long haul: Lessons from a native plant. Cologne Spring Meeting 2012: Molecular Ecology and Evolution - An International Symposium of SFB 680, Institute for Genetics of the University of Cologne, Köln, DE, Feb 2012 (invited)
173Kaltenpoth M. The Brotherhood of the Wolf: Symbionts Provide Antimicrobial Combination Prophylaxis to Beewolf Wasps. IBED Seminar Series, Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, NL, Feb 2012 (invited)
174Wright L. Insights into the MEP pathway through label incorporation studies. Semina talk, Centre for Research in Agricultural Genomics (CRAG), Barcelona, ES, Feb 2012 (invited)
175Sachse S. Modulation of attractive olfactory inputs. FLiACT kick-off Meeting, Barcelona, ES, Feb 2012 (invited)
176Baldwin I.T. Vegetative volatiles of Nicotiana attenuata and their ecological significance. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Volatiles: Ecology, Biosynthesis, Regulation and Animal Perception of Floral and Vegetative Volatiles, Plus their Roles in Human Flavor and Agriculture, Gordon Research Conferences, Ventura, CA, US, Feb 2012 (invited)
177Köllner T. The biosynthesis of nitrogen-containing volatiles in poplar. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Volatiles: Ecology, Biosynthesis, Regulation and Animal Perception of Floral and Vegetative Volatiles, Plus their Roles in Human Flavor and Agriculture, Gordon Research Conferences, Ventura, CA, US, Feb 2012
178Schuman M. Community matters: ecological effects of plant volatiles on neighbor phenotypes. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Volatiles: Ecology, Biosynthesis, Regulation and Animal Perception of Floral and Vegetative Volatiles, Plus their Roles in Human Flavor and Agriculture, Gordon Research Conferences, Ventura, CA, US, Feb 2012
179Stensmyr M.C. Evolution of olfactory perception of drosophilid flies to plant and microbial volatiles. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Volatiles: Ecology, Biosynthesis, Regulation and Animal Perception of Floral and Vegetative Volatiles, Plus their Roles in Human Flavor and Agriculture, Gordon Research Conferences, Ventura, CA, US, Feb 2012 (invited)
180Erb M. The root of all evil? Plant-insect interactions below ground. Seminar, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, Institute for Water and Wetland Research (IWWR) # Institute for Water and Wetland Research, Nijmegen, NL, Jan 2012 (invited)
181Hölscher D. Banana-Pathogen-Interactions I. Universität Kassel, Standort Witzenhausen, Witzenhausen, DE, Jan 2012
182Boland W. Volatiles, the Language of Plants. Kolloquium Uni München, Uni München, Institut für Ökologischen Landbau, Freising, DE, Jan 2012 (invited)
183Erb M. The root of all evil? Plant insect interactions below ground. Kolloquium, Freie Universität Berlin, Dahlem Centre of Plant Sciences (DCPS), Berlin, DE, Jan 2012 (invited)
184Baldwin I.T. Asking the ecosystem about the function of plant-secondary metabolites. Seminar at Center for Molecular Ecology, Universität Tübingen, Universität Tübingen, Universität Tübingen, Tübingen, DE, Jan 2012 (invited)
185Michal Johnson J. Role of RRTF1 in beneficial and pathogenic fungal interactions in Arabidopsis thaliana. Mitteldeutsches Treffen der Pflanzenphysiologen, Jena, DE, Jan 2012
2011
1Baldwin I.T. Insect resistance for the long haul: lessons from a native plant. Seminar at National Centre for Biological Sciences, National Centre for Biological Sciences, NCBS, Bangalore, IN, Dec 2011 (invited)
2Gaquerel E. Genomic bases of an eco-responsive metabolome. Kick off meeting Max-Planck Partnergroup Colcata, Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata, IN, Dec 2011
3Gase K. Next generation ecology. Genome sequencing and transcriptomic manipulation of the ecological model plant Nicotiana attenuata. Kick off meeting Max-Planck Partnergroup Colcata, Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata, IN, Dec 2011
4Giddings Vassão D. Tracing glucosinolate metabolism and detoxification in small herbivores. 50th Anniversary Meeting, Phytochemical Society of North America, Waikoloa, Hawaii, US, Dec 2011
5Gulati J. Computational Genomics : An Edge to Functional Genomics in Plant Systems Biology. Kick off meeting Max-Planck Partnergroup Colcata, Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata, IN, Dec 2011
6Meldau S. Genome-enabled networking: herbivore-specific responses through hormone cross-talk. Kick off meeting Max-Planck Partnergroup Colcata, Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata, IN, Dec 2011
7Pandit S.S. Plant miRNAs as ‘direct defense’ weapons: A genomic perspective. Kick off meeting Max-Planck Partnergroup Colcata, Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata, IN, Dec 2011
8Schneider B. A blue Anigozanthos root culture as an initial of phenylphenalenone research. 50th Anniversary Meeting, Phytochemical Society of North America, Waikoloa, Hawaii, US, Dec 2011 (invited)
9Schneider B. Spectroscopic metabolite profiling of laser-microdissected plant cells. 50th Anniversary Meeting, Phytochemical Society of North America, Waikoloa, Hawaii, US, Dec 2011 (invited)
10Schuman M. The "talking genome"? Searching for the genomic basis of plant volatile-mediated interactions. Kick off meeting Max-Planck Partnergroup Colcata, Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata, IN, Dec 2011
11Xu S. Enabling-genomics: Developing bioinformatic toolboxes for non-model organisms. Kick off meeting Max-Planck Partnergroup Colcata, Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata, IN, Dec 2011
12Davis A. Interaction networks and their reliability. Seminar, Universität Göttingen/Institut für Zoologie, Göttingen, DE, Dec 2011
13Heinrich M. Discovery of gibberellin actions in a post-fire wild tobacco plant. Seminar, TU Braunschweig, Institut fuer Pflanzenbiologie, Braunschweig, DE, Dec 2011
14Baldwin I.T. Insect resistance for the long haul: lessons from a native plant. Plant & Genomes & Biotechnology: From Genes to Networks, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY, US, Dec 2011 (invited)
15Gaquerel E. Metabolomics-assisted discovery of new metabolic defensive traits in /Nicotiana attenuata/. The Future of Chemistry in Chemical Ecology, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Schloss Ringberg, Kreuth, DE, Nov 2011
16Giddings Vassão D. Chemistry in the Biochemistry Department. The Future of Chemistry in Chemical Ecology, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Schloss Ringberg, Kreuth, DE, Nov 2011
17Kaltenpoth M. Chemical ecology and evolution of symbiont-mediated defense in beewolves. The Future of Chemistry in Chemical Ecology, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Schloss Ringberg, Kreuth, DE, Nov 2011
18Schneider B. Analytical research group perspective (NMR). The Future of Chemistry in Chemical Ecology, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Schloss Ringberg, Kreuth, DE, Nov 2011
19Stensmyr M.C. Chemistry in the department of evolutionary neuroethology. The Future of Chemistry in Chemical Ecology, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Schloss Ringberg, Kreuth, DE, Nov 2011
20Svatoš A. Localize and identify: spatially resolved metabolomics by MS. The Future of Chemistry in Chemical Ecology, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Schloss Ringberg, Kreuth, DE, Nov 2011
21Vogel H. Insect herbivore detoxification enzymes - Evolution, Function & Specificity. The Future of Chemistry in Chemical Ecology, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Schloss Ringberg, Kreuth, DE, Nov 2011
22Boland W. Chemistry Inspired Concepts in the Chemical Ecology of leaf beetles. Ringberg Symposium, MPG, Ringberg, DE, Nov 2011 (invited)
23Gershenzon J. Cocaine biosynthesis in coca plants. Pharmaceutical Sciences Seminar, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, US, Nov 2011 (invited)
24Knolhoff L. Behavioral and genetic mechanisms of adaptation to pea in the diamondback moth (Plutella xylostella). Entomology 2011 - ESA 59th Annual Meeting, Entomological Society of America, Reno, NV, US, Nov 2011
25Getahun M.N. How insects smell: In vivo signal transduction analysis in Drosophila melanogaster. SEMIO-11 Workshop, icipe - African Insect Science for Food and Health, Nairobi, KE, Nov 2011
26Olsson S. Olfactory Features in the Insect World. SEMIO-11 Workshop, icipe - African Insect Science for Food and Health, Nairobi, KE, Nov 2011
27Baldwin I.T. Insect resistance for the long haul: lessons from a native plant. Graduate School Symposium "Current Challenges", Biocenrum Helsinki, Helsinki, FI, Nov 2011 (invited)
28Svatoš A. Applications of modern mass spectrometry in biology. Humboldt Kolleg on Science Globalization and Human Development, Humboldt Academy Pune Chapter, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, India, Goa, IN, Nov 2011 (invited)
29Mithöfer A. The carnivorous syndrome in plants. Seminar am ACTA, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, NL, Nov 2011
30Schmidt A. Borkenkäferbefall - Aktivierte Verteidigungsstrategien der Fichte. Seminarreihe "Waldforschung aktuell", Bundesforschungs- und Ausbildungszentrum für Wald, Naturgefahren und Landschaft, Institut für Genetik, Wien, AT, Nov 2011 (invited)
31Sachse S. Neural circuits underlying olfactory coding and processing. 3rd Meeting of the BMBF neuroscience groups, Jena, DE, Nov 2011 (invited)
32Sachse S. Interfering with neural circuits in the Drosophila olfactory system. Seminar, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Göttingen, DE, Nov 2011
33Vogel H. Herbivorous insect manipulation of plant defenses. Universität Hamburg, Hamburg, DE, Nov 2011 (invited)
34Baldwin I.T. Insect resistance for the long haul: lessons from a native plant. Department Seminar, University of Geneve, Department of Botany and Plant Biology, Geneve, CH, Oct 2011 (invited)
35Bonaventure G. Unravelling phenotypic solutions that plants have evolved to cope with insect herbivory. BASF Bioscience Symposium, St. Martin, DE, Oct 2011 (invited)
36Baldwin I.T. Insect resistance for the long haul: lessons from a native plant. Department Seminar, University of Lausanne, Department of Plant Molecular Biology, Lausanne, CH, Oct 2011 (invited)
37Grosse-Wilde E. Olfactory genes in arthropods. Seminar, Beijing Genomics Institute, Shenzhen, CN, Oct 2011
38Bisch-Knaden S. Impact of domestication on the olfactory system of the silk moth Bombyx mori. 2nd International Symposium on Silkworm Functional Genomics and Modern Silk Road, Chongqing, CN, Oct 2011 (invited)
39Kaltenpoth M. Evolution and chemical ecology of insect-Actinobacteria symbioses. Seminar Series in Ecology and Evolution, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, DK, Oct 2011 (invited)
40Sudakaran S. Bugs in bugs – Bacterial community in Pyrrhocoris apterus. Max Planck Institute for Terrestrial Microbiology, Marburg, DE, Oct 2011
41Gase K. Obtain the genes for a specified phenotype. Next Generation Plant Ecology & Evolution Workshop 2011, The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Edinburgh, GB, Oct 2011 (invited)
42Krång A.S. Transition from sea to land: Olfactory functions and adaptations in land hermit crabs. CeMEB 6th Assembly, University of Gothenburg, The Linnaeus Centre for Marine Evolutionary Biology (CeMEB), Tjärnö, SE, Oct 2011
43Groot A.T. Disentangling the evolution of sexual attraction in moths. Sixth International Symposium on Molecular Insect Science, Amsterdam, NL, Oct 2011
44Hänniger S. A genomic approach to isolation barriers in Spodoptera frugiperda. Sixth International Symposium on Molecular Insect Science, Amsterdam, NL, Oct 2011
45Hansson B.S. Good and bad odors - Topographical correlates of valence in the Drosophila antennal lobe. Sixth International Symposium on Molecular Insect Science, Amsterdam, NL, Oct 2011 (invited)
46Heckel D.G. Role of ABC proteins in mode of action of Bt toxins. Sixth International Symposium on Molecular Insect Science, Amsterdam, NL, Oct 2011
47Heiling S. Novel Approaches for Structure Elucidation and Confirmation for Plant Metabolomics. 27th Asilomar Conference on Mass Sprectrometry, American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Pacific Grove, CA, US, Oct 2011
48Boland W. Von der Variabilität der Moleküle zur Vielfalt der Arten – von der Chemie zur Evolution. Thillm - Fortbildung, Thillm, Jena, DE, Sep 2011 (invited)
49Bisch-Knaden S. Impact of domestication on the olfactory system of the silk moth Bombyx mori. 12th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), St. Petersburg, RU, Sep 2011
50Bühlmann C. Following the nest odour: Upwind plume following in desert ants. 12th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), St. Petersburg, RU, Sep 2011
51Farhan A. Feeding status modulates peripheral olfactory sensitivity and behavior in Drosophila. 12th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), St. Petersburg, RU, Sep 2011
52Grosse-Wilde E. Putative antennal pheromone receptors across leaf cutter ant castes. 12th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), St. Petersburg, RU, Sep 2011
53Hansson B.S., Stensmyr M.C. Specialized noses for specialized lifestyles. 12th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), St. Petersburg, RU, Sep 2011
54Karpati Z. Blend blindness during pheromone orientation in the European corn borer. 12th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), St. Petersburg, RU, Sep 2011
55Knaden M. Spatial representation of odour valence in an insect brain. 12th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), St. Petersburg, RU, Sep 2011
56Mißbach C. Olfaction in the jumping bristletail Lepismachilis y-signata – A 390 million-year-old insect nose? 12th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), St. Petersburg, RU, Sep 2011
57Olsson S. iChem: An insect-inspired biomimetic infochemical communication system. 12th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), St. Petersburg, RU, Sep 2011
58Reinecke A. Smelling the difference: Sensory and chemical correlates to host plant preferences in ovipositing Manduca sexta. 12th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), St. Petersburg, RU, Sep 2011
59Sachse S. Encoding and processing of olfactory information in neural circuits. 12th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), St. Petersburg, RU, Sep 2011
60Wicher D. The function of the Drosophila odorant coreceptor is regulated by PKC-mediated phosphorylation. 12th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), St. Petersburg, RU, Sep 2011
61Lavista Llanos S. Commensalism drives Drosophila sechellia adaptation to its toxic host. 22nd European Drosophila Research Conference, Lisbon, PT, Sep 2011
62Baldwin I.T. Asking the ecosystem about the function of plant-secondary metabolites. Botanikertagung 2011, German Botanical Society, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, DE, Sep 2011 (invited)
63Gershenzon J. The enzymatic generation of terpene diversity and its ecological significance. Botanikertagung 2011, German Botanical Society, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, DE, Sep 2011 (invited)
64Meldau S. New stories from old hormones: roles of cytokinins in plant-herbivore interactions. Botanikertagung 2011, German Botanical Society, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, DE, Sep 2011
65Yang D. BAK1 and BRI1 differently regulate Nicotiana attenuata’s defense responses to its specialist herbivore Manduca sexta. Botanikertagung 2011, German Botanical Society, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, DE, Sep 2011 (invited)
66Svatoš A. Simultaneous determination of 15N-incorporation levels in plant proteins and their absolute quantitation to study nitrogen flux and protein turnover. 5th Central and Eastern European Proteomic Conference, Prague, CZ, Sep 2011
67Meldau D. Bacterial body odors make plants happy. MiCom 2011 - 2nd International Student Conference on Microbial Communication, Jena School for Microbial Communication, Jena, DE, Sep 2011
68Boland W. Chemical defense in leaf beetles. Cote-to-core Meeting, Kyoto University, Neuchâtel, CH, Sep 2011 (invited)
69Hansson B.S. Behavioural correlates in the Drosophila antennal lobe. Ento '11 International Symposium on Chemical Ecology " Reception, Detection and Deception", Royal Entomological Society, Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich, Chatham, GB, Sep 2011
70Heckel D.G. Insect resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis toxins: from genetics to resistance management. Resistance 2011, Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, GB, Sep 2011 (invited)
71Knaden M. Desert ant navigation by bimodal cues. Meeting: Insect homing - Mechanismen und Modelle, Bielefeld University, Center for Interdisciplinary Research (ZiF), Bielefeld, DE, Sep 2011 (invited)
72Jochym M. Effects of predator odours on reproduction, space use and temporal activity of female common voles. 12th Meeting on Chemical Signals in Vertebrates (CSiV XII), Berlin, DE, Aug 2011
73Baldwin I.T. Insect resistance for the long haul: lessons from a native plant. 2nd International Symposium on Integrative Plant Biology, Chinese Society for Cell Biology, Botanical Society of China, Genetics Society of China and Chinese Society for Plant Physiology, Lanzhou, CN, Aug 2011 (invited)
74Wu J. MPK4 in Nicotiana attenuata: a multifaceted MAPK involved in biotic and abiotic resistance. 2nd International Symposium on Integrative Plant Biology, Chinese Society for Cell Biology, Botanical Society of China, Genetics Society of China and Chinese Society for Plant Physiology, Lanzhou, CN, Aug 2011
75Groot A.T. Natural versus sexual selection in moth sexual attraction. 13th Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology (ESEB 2011), European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Tübingen, DE, Aug 2011
76Stensmyr M.C. From Single Molecule to Behavior. Gordon Research Conference - Neuroethology: Behavior, Evolution & Neurobiology, Gordon Research Conferences, Stonehill College, Easton, MA, US, Aug 2011 (invited)
77Erb M. Leaf herbivores drive life below ground. 14th Symposium on Insect-Plant Interactions, Wageningen, NL, Aug 2011
78Kessler D. The floral dilemma. 14th Symposium on Insect-Plant Interactions, Wageningen, NL, Aug 2011 (invited)
79Unsicker S. Response of black poplar to spiral gall aphid infestation. 14th Symposium on Insect-Plant Interactions, Wageningen, NL, Aug 2011
80Vogel H. Coping with your food source defense arsenal: Selected challenges & solutions for Specialist and Generalist herbivores. 14th Symposium on Insect-Plant Interactions, Wageningen, NL, Aug 2011 (invited)
81Hansson B.S. From water to air – evolving olfaction. Human Nature, Båstad, SE, Aug 2011 (invited)
82Ullmann-Zeunert L. Nitrogen as a currency after herbivory: RuBisCO a dynamic storage of nitrogen. 14th Symposium on Insect-Plant Interactions, Wageningen, NL, Aug 2011
83Gaquerel E. Comprehensive GCXGC-TOFMS analysis of plant volatiles: a newcomer in the plant signaling toolbox? XVIII Botanical Congress, International Union of Biological Sciences, Melbourne, AU, Jul 2011 (invited)
84Bühlmann C. Following the nest odour: Upwind plume following in desert ants. Neuro DoWo (22nd Neurobiology PhD Student Workshop), Universtität Bonn, Bonn, DE, Jul 2011
85D'Auria J. Recruitment of novel and versatile catalysts for the biosynthesis of tropane alkaloids: A case of convergent evolution. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Metabolic Engineering, Waterville Valley, NH, US, Jul 2011 (invited)
86Dweck H. Intra- and interspecific variation in the olfactory system of Drosophila mojavensis cluster in response to cactus host utilization. Neuro DoWo (22nd Neurobiology PhD Student Workshop), Universtität Bonn, Bonn, DE, Jul 2011
87Farhan A. Feeding status modulates peripheral olfactory sensitivity and behavior in Drosophila. Neuro DoWo (22nd Neurobiology PhD Student Workshop), Universtität Bonn, Bonn, DE, Jul 2011
88Getahun M.N. Temporal coding of repeated pulsed odors stimulation in Drosophila melanogaster odor sensory neurons. Neuro DoWo (22nd Neurobiology PhD Student Workshop), Universtität Bonn, Bonn, DE, Jul 2011
89Bodemann R. RNAi - a promising tool for exploration of the defense related secretome in leaf beetle larvae. 27th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, CA, Jul 2011
90Burse A. Host plant adaptation of the deterrent biosynthesis in larvae of Chrysomelina beetles. 27th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, CA, Jul 2011
91Eilers E.J. Picky larvae – below ground host plant discrimination in Melolontha melolontha (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae). 27th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, CA, Jul 2011
92Gershenzon J. Exploring new roles for volatile terpenes emitted from plants. 27th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, CA, Jul 2011 (invited)
93Knaden M. Spatial representation of odor valence in an insect brain. 27th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, CA, Jul 2011 (invited)
94Reinecke A. Smelling the difference: Sensory correlates to host plant preferences in ovipositing Manduca sexta. 27th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, CA, Jul 2011
95Shabab M. Isomerization of the phytohormone precursor OPDA in the insect gut: a mechanistic and computational study. 27th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, CA, Jul 2011
96Strauß A. Sequestration of plant glucosides by leaf beetle larvae: The ABC in the transporter network. 27th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, CA, Jul 2011
97Weinhold A. Studying the plant's first line of defense -- How analytics reveal new defensive functions of trichomes. 27th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, CA, Jul 2011
98Schwarzkopf A. Localizing plant factors influencing feeding behavior of Acyrthosiphon pisum clones on host and non-host plant species. Hemipteran-Plant Interactions Symposium, Piracicaba, BR, Jul 2011
99Bonaventure G. Unravelling phenotypic solutions that plants have evolved to cope with environmental problmes. SEB Glasgow 2011, Society for Experimental Biology, Glasgow, GB, Jul 2011 (invited)
100Lavista Llanos S. Obligatory commensalism drives Drosophila sechellia adaptation to its toxic host. Seminar, University of Groningen, Groningen, NL, Jul 2011
101Unsicker S. Der Duft der Pflanzen. Seminar, Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf, DE, Jun 2011 (invited)
102Vosteen I. The role of enemy free space in sympatric speciation of the pea aphid Acyrthosiphon pisum. Insect Chemical Ecology Course - ICE 11, Swedish University of Agriculture Science, Alnarp, SE, Jun 2011
103Nagel R. Molecular and analytical characterization of terpene biosynthesis in transgenic spruce lines over-expressing isoprenyl diphosphate synthases. 7th Plant Science Student Conference, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Jun 2011
104Schäfer M. Digestion and detection: Lipase activity in insect oral secretions induces anti-herbivore defense responses in Arabidopsis thaliana. 7th Plant Science Student Conference, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Jun 2011
105Ullmann-Zeunert L. The relationship between RuBisCO and nitrogen containing defense metabolites after herbivory. 7th Plant Science Student Conference, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Jun 2011
106Gershenzon J. Conifer trees and bark beetles: Battling each other with natural products. Trends in Natural Products Research: A Young Scientists’ Meeting, Phytochemical Society of Europe (PSE), Kolymvari, Crete, GR, Jun 2011 (invited)
107Yang D. Functions of BAK1/BRI1 in wild tobacco Nicotiana attenuata's responses to chewing herbivore Manduca sexta attack. Seminar at Section of Plant Physiology, Institute of Botany, University of Basel, Basel, CH, Jun 2011
108Seki Y. Neural circuits underlying olfactory coding in the Drosophila antennal lobe. Fukuoka University one campus project theme 6 symposium, Fukuoka University, Fukuoka, JP, Jun 2011 (invited)
109Gershenzon J. Bark beetles and conifers: A chemical battle. Gemeinsames Colloquium der Institute für Organische und Anorganische Chemie, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Braunschweig, DE, Jun 2011 (invited)
110Strube-Bloss M. Rapid odor classification by divergent networking along the honey bees olfactory path. Vortrag, BFNL und DCIS, Bernstein Focus Neuronal Basis of Learning: Insect Inspired Robots (BFNL), Dahlem Center for Intelligen Systems (DCIS), Berlin, DE, Jun 2011 (invited)
111Bisch-Knaden S. Evolution of olfactory coding: Different resolutions for different needs? 8th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry ICCPB 2011, Nagoya, JP, Jun 2011 (invited)
112Seki Y. Neural circuits underlying olfactory coding in the Drosophila antennal lobe. 8th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry ICCPB 2011, Nagoya, JP, Jun 2011 (invited)
113Svatoš A. Insect Pheromone Binding Protein Ligand Space Elucidated by NanoMate and Ion Mobility. Advion ASMS 2011 User Meeting, Denver, CO, US, Jun 2011
114Gershenzon J. Bark beetles and conifers: a chemical battle. Institute for Organic and Inorganic Chemistry, Technical University of Braunschweig, Braunschweig, DE, Jun 2011 (invited)
115Groot A.T. Evolution of sexual attraction in moths. Ecogenomics Symposium, Uni Amsterdam, Amsterdam, NL, Jun 2011 (invited)
116Groot A.T. (How) is moth sexual attraction involved in speciation. YELREM day, Uni Wageningen, Wageningen, NL, Jun 2011 (invited)
117Groot A.T. (How) is moth sexual attraction involved in speciation. YELREM day, Uni Wageningen, Wageningen, NL, Jun 2011 (invited)
118Krieger J., Sachse S. Reception and Coding of Pheromone Signals in Insects. 2nd Annual Meeting of the SPP 1392 "Integrative Analysis of Olfaction", Berlin, DE, Jun 2011
119Strube-Bloss M. Divergence in afferent connections facilities rapid odor classification in the bees mushroom body. Biozentrumsseminar Würzburg, Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, DE, May 2011 (invited)
120Crocoll C. A New Route to Thymol and Carvacrol Formation in Oregano and Thyme. TERPNET 2011 - 10th International Meeting: Biosynthesis and Function of Isoprenoids in Plants, Microorganisms and Parasites, Linnæus University, Kalmar, SE, May 2011
121Yang D. Functions of BAK1/BRI1 in wild tobacco Nicotiana attenuata's responses to chewing herbivore Manduca sexta attack. Seminar at College of Horticulture and Forestry Sciences, Huazhong Agricultural University, Wuhan, CN, May 2011
122Mithöfer A. Plant-insect interactions: How legumes cope with herbivore attack. Model Legume Congress 2011, St. Maxime, FR, May 2011
123Boland W. Chemical Defense in Leaf Beetles: A Model for Adaptation and Evolution. GDCh - Vortrag, GDCh, Marburg, DE, May 2011 (invited)
124Yang D. Functions of BAK1/BRI1 in wild tobacco Nicotiana attenuata's responses to chewing herbivore Manduca sexta attack. Seminar at South China Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou, CN, May 2011
125Yang D. Functions of BAK1/BRI1 in wild tobacco Nicotiana attenuata's responses to chewing herbivore Manduca sexta attack. Seminar at College of Plant Protection, Sandong Agricultural University, Taian, CN, May 2011
126Hansson B.S. Evolved to deceive - the Mediterranean Arum lilies. Symposium: For love of insects - odours, diversity and ecology, Öland, SE, May 2011 (invited)
127Bodemann R. RNAi Effects on the Chemical Defense of Leaf Beetle Larvae. 41. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie, Ökologie, Universität Bonn, Bonn, DE, May 2011
128Knaden M. Desert ant navigation by bimodal cues. International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA 2011), Shanghai, CN, May 2011 (invited)
129Yang D. Functions of BAK1/BRI1 in wild tobacco Nicotiana attenuata's responses to chewing herbivore Manduca sexta attack. Seminar at Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, CN, May 2011
130Mewes D. PubMan Anwender-Bericht aus dem MPI für chemische Ökologie, Jena - Integration von PubMan. Bibliothekstagung 2011, MPG, München, DE, May 2011 (invited)
131Baldwin I.T. Insect resistance for the long haul: lessons from a native plant. Seminar at Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, St. Louis, Missouri, US, Apr 2011 (invited)
132Boland W. Mord im Gemüsebeet - Duft als Hilferuf der Pflanzen. Schottener Forum, Hessen-Forst, Forstamt Schotten, Schotten, DE, Apr 2011 (invited)
133Kaltenpoth M. Coevolution between microbes and insect behaviour – defensive symbionts in beewolf antennae. Spring Conference 2011, Society for General Microbiology (SGM), Harrogate, GB, Apr 2011 (invited)
134Schneider B. NMR-Based Cell Type-Specific Metabolic Profiling. Metabolomics Workshop, Leiden University, Leiden, NL, Apr 2011 (invited)
135Sachse S. Encoding and processing of olfactory information in neural circuits. Vortrag, Bernstein Zentrum (BCCN), Humboldt-Universität Berlin, Berlin, DE, Apr 2011 (invited)
136Boland W. Sequestration of Plant Derived Glycosides by Leaf Beetles: a Model System for Evolution and Adaptation fo Chemical Defenses. 100 Years National University of Mexico, National University of Mexico UNAM, Mexico City, MX, Apr 2011 (invited)
137Boland W. Before Gene Expression: Early evens in Plant-Insect Interactions. 100 Years National University of Mexico, National University of Mexico UNAM, Mexico City, MX, Apr 2011 (invited)
138Boland W. Volatiles: The Language of Plants. 100 Years National University of Mexico, National University of Mexico UNAM, Mexico City, MX, Apr 2011 (invited)
139Kaltenpoth M. Teaming up in Defense: Evolution and Chemical Ecology of a Protective Insect-Bacteria Symbiosis. Seminar, Institute of Science and Technology Austria, Klosterneuburg, AT, Mar 2011 (invited)
140Sachse S. Encoding and processing of olfactory information in neural circuits. 9th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society, Göttingen, DE, Mar 2011 (invited)
141Beran F. Semiochemicals mediating aggregations of Phyllotreta striolata (F.) (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Sixth International Workshop on Management of the Diamondback Moth and Other Crucifer Insect Pests, Nakhon Pathom, TH, Mar 2011 (invited)
142Knolhoff L., Heckel D.G. Behavioral and genetic components of a host range expansion in the diamondback moth. Sixth International Workshop on Management of the Diamondback Moth and Other Crucifer Insect Pests, Nakhon Pathom, TH, Mar 2011
143Henke C. Wolbachia in feminoiden Zikaden (Eupteryx spp.). Conference of the German Association for General and Applied Entomology (DGaaE), Berlin, DE, Mar 2011
144Vogel H. The burying beetle Nicrophorus: Immune effector molecules & enzymes for carcass utilization. Conference of the German Association for General and Applied Entomology (DGaaE), Berlin, DE, Mar 2011
145Rybak J. Digital Brain atlases Digital templates for in vitro and in vivo studies in insect brains, Drosophila melanogaster and Apis mellifera. Workshop on Visual Computing in Medicine, Lübeck, DE, Mar 2011
146Grosse-Wilde E. The antennal transcriptome of the Tobacco Hornworm Manduca sexta. Vortrag, Universität Konstanz, Fachbereich Biologie, Konstanz, DE, Mar 2011 (invited)
147Schneider B. Proton NMR Spectroscopy of Natural Products Revisited. Magnetic Moments in Central Europe (MMCE) 2011, Tatranská Lomnica, SK, Mar 2011 (invited)
148Baldwin I.T. Opening lecture. Virginia Tech Molecular Plant Sciences Mini Symposium, Virginia Tech University, Blacksburg, US, Mar 2011 (invited)
149Weinhold A. The resistance of plants against genetic manipulation. ILRS Symposium 2011, International Leibniz Research School for Microbial and Biomolecular Interactions, Dornburg, DE, Mar 2011
150Spiteller D. Wie reagieren Mikroorganismen auf ihre Umwelt und wie beeinflussen sie ihre Umgebung? 23. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA, Irsee, DE, Feb 2011
151Funk N. MsexOR-2 in the pheromone transduction cascade of M. sexta. Symposium: Olfactory transduction in moth, Kassel, DE, Feb 2011 (invited)
152Gawalek P. DAG in the pheromone transduction cascade of M. sexta. Symposium: Olfactory transduction in moth, Kassel, DE, Feb 2011 (invited)
153Grosse-Wilde E. The antennal transcriptome of Manduca sexta. Symposium: Olfactory transduction in moth, Kassel, DE, Feb 2011 (invited)
154Olsson S. Blend processing in Manduca sexta. Symposium: Olfactory transduction in moth, Kassel, DE, Feb 2011 (invited)
155Vogt R.G. The insect SNMP gene family. Symposium: Olfactory transduction in moth, Kassel, DE, Feb 2011 (invited)
156Wicher D. Insect ORs: compact design versus sensitivity. Symposium: Olfactory transduction in moth, Kassel, DE, Feb 2011 (invited)
157Baldwin I.T. Asking the Ecosystem About the Function of Plant Secondary Metabolites. AAAS Annual Meeting, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, DC, US, Feb 2011 (invited)
158Yang D. Functions of BAK1/BRI1 in wild tobacco Nicotiana attenuata's responses to chewing herbivore Manduca sexta attack. Seminar at Institute of Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies, University of Zurich, Zürich, CH, Feb 2011
159Wu J. Herbivory-induced Signaling in Plants: Perception and Action. Seminar at Anhui Agricultural University, Anhui Agricultural University, Hefei, CN, Feb 2011
160Baldwin I.T. Asking the ecosystem about the function of plant-secondary metabolites. Mini Symposium Plant-Insect Interactions in the Post Genomic Era, Faculty of Life Sciences, Copenhagen University, Copenhagen, DK, Feb 2011 (invited)
161Camehl I. AGC kinases in the interaction between P. indica and A. thaliana. Südostdeutsche Pflanzenphysiologie Tagung, Leipzig, DE, Jan 2011
162Michal Johnson J. Arabidopsis mutants impaired in cytoplasmic calcium elevation in response to fungal stimuli. Südostdeutsche Pflanzenphysiologie Tagung, Leipzig, DE, Jan 2011
163Guerrieri F. Olfactory neuroethology of ants. 1st Meeting "Insect Neurobiology", MPG-CNRS Network, Aspet, FR, Jan 2011
164Lavista Llanos S. Obligatory commensalism drives Drosophila sechellia adaptation to a toxic host. 1st Meeting "Insect Neurobiology", MPG-CNRS Network, Aspet, FR, Jan 2011
165Sharbel T. Apomixis And Hybridization In The Genus Boechera: miRNA Influences On Global Gene Expression Patterns In Developing Ovules. Plant & Animal Genomes XIX Conference, San Diego, Ca, US, Jan 2011
166Stensmyr M.C. Specialized noses for specialized lifestyles. 1st Meeting "Insect Neurobiology", MPG-CNRS Network, Aspet, FR, Jan 2011
167Germerodt S. "Breeding Suppression in small mammals – a predator-induced coexistence of strategies?". OESA, UFZ Leipzig, Leipzig, DE, Jan 2011
168Lavista Llanos S. Drosophila sechellia: mecanismos genéticos y moleculares de adaptacion a un huésped tóxico. Seminar, University of Oro Verde, Oro Verde, AR, Jan 2011
2010
1Baldwin I.T. Ecology's future mission: salvaging books from the burning library. Science and Society Seminar, The Dresden Forum on Science and Society, Dresden, DE, Dec 2010 (invited)
2Drew M. Biology and Ecology of the Robber Crab, Birgus latro (Linnaeus 1767) (Anomura: Coenobitidae) on Christmas Island. EVOLF MMX Conference, Christmas Island, AU, Dec 2010 (invited)
3Hansson B.S. Probing olfactory evolution using natural substrates. EVOLF MMX Conference, Christmas Island, AU, Dec 2010 (invited)
4Krång A.S. Olfactory function and adaptations in terrestrial crabs from an evolutionary perspective. EVOLF MMX Conference, Christmas Island, AU, Dec 2010 (invited)
5Wicher D. Insect ORs: compact, robust, sensitive. EVOLF MMX Conference, Christmas Island, AU, Dec 2010 (invited)
6Boland W. Volatiles, the language of plants. human CHEMOSENSATION 2010, Smell & Taste Clinic, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, University of Dresden Medical School, Dresden, DE, Dec 2010 (invited)
7Baldwin I.T. Plant defense responses are like onions: there are many layers. Current Challenges in Plant Biology- - Biotic Stress Signalling Conference, Finnish Graduate School in Plant Biology, Helsinki, FI, Dec 2010 (invited)
8Baldwin I.T. Do smRNAs regulate a plant's defense responses against insect attack? 6th Genetic Workshop, Bundesamt für Verbraucherschutz und Lebensmittelsicherheit, Berlin, DE, Nov 2010 (invited)
9Baldwin I.T. Eavesdropping on phytohormone signals a major ecological interaction. Annual Symposium of the Biology and Medicine Section of the MPG 2010, Max Planck Society, Biological and Medical Section, Berlin, DE, Nov 2010
10Kost C. A modular genomic architecture facilitates adaptive evolution in Pseudomonas fluorescens. Seminar, Eawag, Das Wasserforschungs-Institut des ETH-Bereichs, Abteilung Umweltmikrobiologie, Dübendorf, CH, Nov 2010
11Baldwin I.T. Ecology’s future mission: salvaging books from the burning library. Institute Seminar, Universtity of Lund, Section of Plant Ecology and Systematics, Department of Ecology, Lund, SE, Nov 2010 (invited)
12Mewes D. Integration of PubMan with institutional systems. eSciDoc Days 2010, FIZ Karlsruhe and Max Planck Digital Library, Kopenhagen, DK, Nov 2010
13Gershenzon J. Choosing the right perfume: The value of terpene volatiles in plant defense. MCDB Seminar, University of Michigan, Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology (MCDB), Ann Arbor, MI, US, Nov 2010 (invited)
14Baldwin I.T. Asking the ecosystem about the function of plant secondary metabolites. Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência workshop: Resistance and Tolerance to Infection, Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência workshop, Setúbal, PT, Nov 2010 (invited)
15Gershenzon J. Plant glucosinolate breakdown products: Biological activities and detoxification. Seminar, Virginia Tech University, Department of Biological Sciences, Blacksburg, VA, US, Nov 2010 (invited)
16Allmann S. Lipoxygenases – a Nexus of Plant Defense Signaling. ESP Workshop Plant-Insect-Interactions, Wageningen Iniversity and Reserach Centre, Laboratory of Entomology, Wageningen, NL, Nov 2010 (invited)
17Baldwin I.T. Training a new generation of biologists. ESP Workshop Plant-Insect-Interactions, Wageningen Iniversity and Reserach Centre, Laboratory of Entomology, Wageningen, NL, Nov 2010 (invited)
18Hansson B.S. Evolution of olfaction. KBC DAYS 2010, Umeå University, Kemiskt Biologiskt Centrum (Chemical Biological Centre), Umeå, SE, Nov 2010 (invited)
19Heckel D.G. Annotation of Lepidopteran-specific gene families. International Symposium "New Silk Road: Silkworm Genome to Sustainable Agriculture", National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences (NIAS), Tsukuba, JP, Nov 2010 (invited)
20Sachse S. Neural circuits underlying olfactory coding and processing in Drosophila. 2nd Meeting of the BMBF neuroscience groups, Hamburg, DE, Nov 2010 (invited)
21Strutz A. Inhibitory Projection Neurons in the Fly - Function and Organization. 2nd Meeting of the BMBF neuroscience groups, Hamburg, DE, Nov 2010
22Kaltenpoth M. Evolution and chemical ecology of insect-bacteria symbioses. Max Planck LeadNet Meeting Host-microbe interactions, Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology, Berlin, DE, Nov 2010
23Sachse S. Encoding and processing of olfactory information in neural circuits. Kolloquium “W2/W3 Neurophysiologie der Tiere”, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, DE, Nov 2010 (invited)
24Knaden M. Smells like home – how desert ants use olfactory landmarks for navigation. ESF-EMBO Conference: Functional Neurobiology in Minibrains: From Flies to Robots and Back Again, Sant Feliu de Guixols, ES, Oct 2010 (invited)
25Olsson S. Multimodal Divergence in Host Preference among Tephritid Fruit Flies. ESF-EMBO Conference: Functional Neurobiology in Minibrains: From Flies to Robots and Back Again, Sant Feliu de Guixols, ES, Oct 2010
26Sachse S. In vivo visualization of odor coding and processing in the Drosophila brain. ESF-EMBO Conference: Functional Neurobiology in Minibrains: From Flies to Robots and Back Again, Sant Feliu de Guixols, ES, Oct 2010 (invited)
27Schmid D. Characterising sex-related proteins of the brown alga Scytosiphon lomentaria using proteomics. 40. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, der, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Institut für Organische Chemie, Würzburg, DE, Oct 2010
28Schoenian I. Ants – Streptomyces - Antibiotics. 40. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, der, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Institut für Organische Chemie, Würzburg, DE, Oct 2010
29Boland W. Sequestration of plant-derived glycosides by leaf beetles. Kolloqium Mongolian Academy of sciences, Mongolian Academy of sciences, Uaanbaatar, MN, Oct 2010 (invited)
30Mithöfer A. Plant insect interactions: How plants cope with herbivores. International Symposium Green Chemistry & Advanced Technology, Ulanbataar, MN, Oct 2010 (invited)
31Boland W. Inactivation of a plant - Oxylipin hormone in the insect's gut. 4th International Symposium "Green Chemistry and Advanced Technology, National University of Mongolia, Uaanbaatar, MN, Oct 2010 (invited)
32Mithöfer A. Plant insect interactions and plant defences. Seminar an der Mongolian Academy of Science, Ulanbataar, MN, Oct 2010 (invited)
33Shaker K.H. Bioactive Metabolites from the Sponge Suberea sp. 2nd Workshop on Symbiotic Interactions, VAAM, Biozentrum der Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, DE, Oct 2010
34Crocoll C. The route to thymol and carvacrol formation: CYP71D178-D182 from oregano, thyme, and marjoram. 10th International Symposium on Cytochrome P450 Biodiversity and Biotechnology, Woods Hole, US, Oct 2010
35Boland W. "Insect gut symbiotic microbiota: Composition and molecular interactions with the insect host". MiCom 2010 - 1st International Student Conference on Microbial Communication, Jena School for Microbial Communication, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena, DE, Oct 2010 (invited)
36Wadke N. Functional genomics of the bark beetle associated blue stain fungus fungus Ceratocystis polonica to determine the virulence factors. MiCom 2010 - 1st International Student Conference on Microbial Communication, Jena School for Microbial Communication, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena, DE, Oct 2010
37Weinhold A. Plants on antibiotics! How transgenic plants should unveil the importance of their microbial associates. MiCom 2010 - 1st International Student Conference on Microbial Communication, Jena School for Microbial Communication, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena, DE, Oct 2010
38Bohl K. CASOP GS: Computing intervention strategies targeted at production improvement in genome-scale metabolic networks. German Conference on Bioinformatics, Braunschweig, DE, Sep 2010
39Krieger J. Brain architecture of Birgus latro L., 1767 (Crustacea, Decapoda, Anomura) in comparison to other terrestrial and marine decapod crustaceans. 103. Jahresversammlung der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft, Hamburg, DE, Sep 2010
40Sombke A. Organization of deutocerebral neuropils in representatives of the Chilopoda (Myriapoda). 103. Jahresversammlung der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft, Hamburg, DE, Sep 2010
41Krång A.S. Transition from sea to land: Olfactory function and adaptations in land hermit crabs. ECRO 2010, European Chemoreception Research Organization, Avignon, FR, Sep 2010
42Kübler L. Processing of Complex Host Blends in the Manduca Antennal Lobe. ECRO 2010, European Chemoreception Research Organization, Avignon, FR, Sep 2010
43Wicher D. Ion channel properties of the Drosophila odorant receptor protein Or83b. ECRO 2010, European Chemoreception Research Organization, Avignon, FR, Sep 2010
44Galis I. Transduction signálu a mechanismy rezistence rostlin proti herbivornímu hmyzu Sekce: Interakce rostlin s organismy. 12. Konference Experimentálni Biologie Rostlin, Prague, CZ, Sep 2010 (invited)
45Hansson B.S. Olfactory evolution. The UK Semiochemistry Network Chemical Signals in Vertebrates, British Workshop XVIII, Cambridge, GB, Sep 2010 (invited)
46Hufsky F. Swiftly Computing Center Strings. Workshop on Algorithms in Bioinformatics, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, GB, Sep 2010
47Olsson S. The anatomy and neuroscience of chemoreception in the moth. The UK Semiochemistry Network Chemical Signals in Vertebrates, British Workshop XVIII, Cambridge, GB, Sep 2010 (invited)
48Bühlmann C. Desert ants use nest odours for homing. Chemical Ecology 2010 Mini-Symposium, Jena, DE, Sep 2010
49Dweck H. Evolution of olfaction in Drosophila mojavensis cluster. Chemical Ecology 2010 Mini-Symposium, Jena, DE, Sep 2010
50Eilers E.J. The sweet-and-sour taste of light stressed plants. Chemical Ecology 2010 Mini-Symposium, Jena, DE, Sep 2010
51Farhan A. Effects of starvation on olfactory sensitivity in Drosophila melanogaster. Chemical Ecology 2010 Mini-Symposium, Jena, DE, Sep 2010
52Funk N. The function of MsexOR-2 in pheromone transduction. Chemical Ecology 2010 Mini-Symposium, Jena, DE, Sep 2010
53Grow K. How transition from water to land affects odor perception in hermit crabs. Chemical Ecology 2010 Mini-Symposium, Jena, DE, Sep 2010
54Hansson B.S. Evolutionary Neuroethology. Chemical Ecology 2010 Mini-Symposium, Jena, DE, Sep 2010
55Mißbach C. Evolution of insect olfactory receptors. Chemical Ecology 2010 Mini-Symposium, Jena, DE, Sep 2010
56Mukunda L. Dissecting ion channels in vivo. Chemical Ecology 2010 Mini-Symposium, Jena, DE, Sep 2010
57Schmidt A. Fly to odors: New behavioral assays for Drosophila and Manduca. Chemical Ecology 2010 Mini-Symposium, Jena, DE, Sep 2010
58Unbehend M. Sexual communication in Spodoptera frugiperda. Chemical Ecology 2010 Mini-Symposium, Jena, DE, Sep 2010
59Michal Johnson J. Piriformospora indica-induced intracellular calcium elevation confers resistance against necrotrophic fungus in Arabidospsis. 11th International Colloquium on Endocytobiology and Symbiosis, Tromso, NO, Sep 2010
60Galis I. Dynamics and regulation of defense against herbivores in native tobacco Nicotiana attenuata: A roadmap to understanding plant-herbivore interactions under natural conditions. Institute Seminar, Okayama University, Institute of Plant Science and Resources, Kurashiki, JP, Sep 2010
61Hansson B.S. Sensory ecology. IX European Congress of Entomology, Budapest, HU, Aug 2010 (invited)
62Kirsch R. Salicyl Alcohol Oxidase in Chrysomela lapponica : a key enzyme of chemical defense and its functional and evolutionary dynamics. 9. European Congress of Entomology, Budapest, HU, Aug 2010
63Boland W. Duft: die Sprache der Pflanzen. Jena Life Science Forum, FSU Jena, Jena, DE, Aug 2010 (invited)
64Grosse-Wilde E. The antennal transcriptome of Manduca sexta. Seminar, Rothamstead Research, Harpenden, GB, Aug 2010 (invited)
65Kaltenpoth M. Teaming up in defense: Symbionts provide antibiotic combination prophylaxis to wasp larvae. XVI International Congress - IUSSI 2010, International Union for the Study of Social Insects (IUSSI), Copenhagen, DK, Aug 2010
66Beran F., Mewis I., Ramasamy S., Svoboda J., Hansson B.S., Ulrichs C., Reinecke A. Identification of the male-produced aggregation pheromone from Phyllotreta striolata (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) and ist interaction with host plant volatiles. 26th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Tours, FR, Aug 2010
67Bonaventure G. New insights into the biochemical activation of JA biosynthesis. Plant Biology 2010: Minisymposium: Plants Interacting with other organisms, American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB), Montreal, CA, Aug 2010 (invited)
68Burse A. The exploitation of plant derived glucosides by leaf beetle larvae. 26th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Tours, FR, Aug 2010
69Groot A.T. Identifying sources of intraspecific variation in moth sexual communication. 26th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Tours, FR, Aug 2010 (invited)
70Kroiß J. Teaming up in defence: Symbiotic Streptomyces provide antimicrobial combination prophylaxis for wasp offspring. 26th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Tours, FR, Aug 2010
71Schoenian I. Chemical aspects of the synergism and antagonism in microbial communities of leaf cutting ants. 26th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Tours, FR, Aug 2010
72Svatoš A. MALDI-Mass spectrometry imaging of semiochemicals: from bacterial antibiotics to fly hydrocarbons. 26th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Tours, FR, Aug 2010 (invited)
73Strauß A. Network of transport proteins involved in sequestration of plant glucosides within leaf beetles. 9th European Congress of Entomology, Budapest, HU, Aug 2010
74Hansson B.S. Olfactory exploitation in Drosophila. Gordon Research Conference - Sensory Coding & The Natural Environment: Neurobiology and Behavior under Rich Stimulation, Gordon Research Conferences, Bates College, Lewiston, ME, US, Jul 2010 (invited)
75Kaltenpoth M. Teaming up in Defense: Evolution and Chemical Ecology of a Protective Insect-Bacteria Symbiosis. Seminar Series in Molecular, Cellular, and Environmental Microbiology, MPI for Terrestrial Microbiology, Marburg, DE, Jul 2010 (invited)
76Talarico G. Do Ricinulei possess a chemical defense mechanism? 18th International Congress of Arachnology, Siedlce, PL, Jul 2010
77Baldwin I.T. Asking a plant and its natural herbivore community for new means of crop protection. 12th IUPAC International Congress of Pesticide Chemistry, Royal Australian Chemical Institute’s National Convention, Melbourne, AU, Jul 2010 (invited)
78Kaltenpoth M. Actinobacteria as mutualists: general healthcare for insects? Workshop: Evolution and Diversity of Symbioses of Arthropods, COST Action FA0701 "Arthropod Symbioses: from fundamental studies to pest and disease management", Bad Bevensen, DE, Jul 2010 (invited)
79Baldwin I.T. Eavesdropping in phytohormone signaling. 2nd Banff Conference on Plant Metabolism, Banff Conference Centre, Calgary, CA, Jun 2010 (invited)
80Talarico G. The cryptic life of Ricinulei - What do we learn from their ultrastructure? Seminar, Instituto de Investigaciones Biológicas Clemente Estable, Departamento de Biología del Neurodesarrollo, Montevideo, UY, Jun 2010 (invited)
81Boland W. Duft: Die Sprache der Pflanzen. Wissenschaftliche Vortragsreihe, Graduierten-Akademie, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Thüringer Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek, Jena, DE, Jun 2010 (invited)
82Gershenzon J. Powerful perfumes: Terpene volatiles are important agents of plant defense. Institutsseminar, Leibniz-Universität Hannover, Institut für Pflanzengenetik, Hannover, DE, Jun 2010 (invited)
83Celorio-Mancera M.d.l.P. Transcriptional fingerprinting of hormetic response towards gossypol in the cotton bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera. 4th Annual Arthropod Genomics Symposium, Kansas City, US, Jun 2010
84Rybak J. The digital honeybee brain atlas. International Symposium in Honeybee Neuroscience, Berlin, DE, Jun 2010 (invited)
85Svatoš A. Mass spectrometric imaging of small molecules. Beutenberg Campus /JSMC Workshop "Method and Concept Transfer", Beutenberg Campus e.V., Jena, DE, Jun 2010 (invited)
86Cervellati C. Bitter or non bitter? The difficult choice between cakes and liquors. "Everyday Science" - 5th Interdisciplinary Meeting of the MPG PhDnet, Max Planck PhDnet, Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy, Bonn, DE, Jun 2010
87Hansson B.S. Natural facts - Drosophila neuroethology. Janelia conference "Form and Function of the Olfactory System", Janelia Farm Research Campus, US, May 2010 (invited)
88Mewes D. Migration PubMan - MPI COE Erfahrungsbericht. PubMan Days 2010, Max Planck Digital Library, Berlin, DE, May 2010
89Dabrowska P. Die Rolle der Oxylipin Phytohormone in Interaktionen zwischen Pflanzen und Insekten. Seminar, Lehrstuhl für Chemische Ökologie, Universität Bielefeld, Bielefeld, DE, May 2010 (invited)
90Hansson B.S. Evolution of Drosophila Olfaction. Seminar, Life Science Center, Universität Hohenheim, Stuttgart, DE, May 2010 (invited)
91Gershenzon J. The biochemistry of glucosinolate side chain biosynthesis: An elongated story. Seminar, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, St. Louis, Missouri, US, May 2010 (invited)
92Hansson B.S. Evolution of insect olfaction. 6th European Conference on Comparative Neurobiology, ECCN6, Valencia, ES, Apr 2010 (invited)
93Baldwin I.T. Eavesdropping on Phytohormone Signaling as Path Towards Mutualisms. Missouri Life Science Week 2010, University of Missouri, Division of Biological Sciences, Division of Biological Sciences, Columbia MO, US, Apr 2010 (invited)
94Spiteller D. How do microbial symbionts help higher organisms to fight infections? Jonathan Spencer Memorial Symposium, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, GB, Apr 2010 (invited)
95Spiteller D. How do microbial symbionts help higher organisms to fight infections? Kolloquium University of Cambridge, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, GB, Apr 2010 (invited)
96Kaltenpoth M. Teaming up for defense: Evolution and chemical ecology of a protective insect-bacteria symbiosis. Lecture, University of Bern, Ethological Station Hasli (Zoological Institute), Bern, CH, Apr 2010 (invited)
97Dabrowska P. Insights into the mechanism of the OPDA isomerase from insects. 39. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Max-Planck-Institut für chemische Ökologie, Jena, DE, Apr 2010
98Schneider B. NMR-based cell type-specific metabolic profiling. Metabolomics Workshop, Leiden University, Leiden, NL, Apr 2010 (invited)
99Groot A.T. Population dynamics of Heliothis virescens and H. subflexa in relation to variation in their sexual communication. 58th Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Branch, Entomological Society of America, Cancun, MX, Apr 2010 (invited)
100Baldwin I.T. Asking the ecosystem if herbivory-induced volatile organic compounds have defensive functions. British Ecological Society Annual Meeting "The Integrative Role of Plant Secondary Metabolites in Ecological Systems", British Ecological Society, University of Sussex, Brighton, GB, Apr 2010 (invited)
101Gershenzon J. Origin and maintenance of diversity in plant chemical defense. British Ecological Society Annual Meeting "The Integrative Role of Plant Secondary Metabolites in Ecological Systems", British Ecological Society, University of Sussex, Brighton, GB, Apr 2010 (invited)
102Gershenzon J. Powerful perfumes: Defensive roles of plant terpenes. Seminar, Chinese Agricultural University, Beijing, CN, Apr 2010 (invited)
103Gershenzon J. Volatile terpenes in plant defense. Seminar, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, Menglun, Yunnan, CN, Apr 2010 (invited)
104Gershenzon J. Chemical warfare between conifer trees, bark beetles and fungi: Who is winning? Seminar, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Kunming Institute of Botany, Kunming, CN, Apr 2010 (invited)
105Gershenzon J. Powerful perfumes: Terpene volatiles are important agents of plant defense. Seminar, Nanjing University, Nanjing, CN, Mar 2010 (invited)
106Spiteller D. Unsichtbare Helfer: Mikrobielle Symbionten – die Geheimwaffe gegen Infektionen. Kolloquium Uni Konstanz, Universität Konstanz, Konstanz, DE, Mar 2010 (invited)
107Loxdale H. The Truth about Aphids?: Sex, asex, immortality and clonal selection. Seminar, University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Institute of Horticulture, Fruit Growing and Viticulture, Wien, AT, Mar 2010 (invited)
108Mithöfer A. Plant defence chemistry in Tococa-ant symbiosis. Binational Peruvian-German Workshop, Lima / Tambopata, PE, Mar 2010 (invited)
109Tatsis E. Nudicaulins, distribution in plant kingdom and biosynthetic studies. Seminar, University of Frankfurt, Institute for Molecular BioSciences, Frankfurt/Main, DE, Mar 2010 (invited)
110Spiteller D. Chemische Keulen von mikrobiellen Symbionten – Wie verteidigen Blattschneiderameisen ihren Pilzgarten gegen Infektionen. Chemiedozententagung, Gießen, DE, Mar 2010
111Boland W. Überleben mit Duft und Nektar: Co-evolution von Pflanzen und Insekten. Vortragsprogramm EVOLUTION, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg Halle, Fakultät Biowissenschaften Institut für Pharmazie, Molekulare Zellbiologie, Halle (Saale), DE, Mar 2010 (invited)
112Baldwin I.T. Ecology’s future mission: salvaging books from the burning library. Human Frontier Science Program meeting 2010, Human Frontier Science Program Organization, Strasbourg, FR, Mar 2010 (invited)
113Baldwin I.T. Using transformed plants to study the cost/benefit paradigm of resource allocation in plants. SFB 607 Symposium 2010, Centre for Life and Food Sciences Weihenstephan, Freising, DE, Mar 2010 (invited)
114Grosse-Wilde E. Odorant receptors of the tobacco hornworm (Manduca sexta). SLU Symposium, Alnarp, SE, Feb 2010 (invited)
115Gershenzon J. Plant defensive chemistry - action and detoxification - discussion. Gordon Research Conference - Plant-Herbivore Interaction, Gordon Research Conferences, Galveston, TX, US, Feb 2010 (invited)
116Davis A. Blaksiton's Line; an early contribution to biogeography. Presentation, Linnean Society, London, Burlington House, London, GB, Feb 2010 (invited)
117Loxdale H. On the roads to asexual freedom: aphid clonality, lifecycle variation and rare sex. Seminar, Institut für Limnologie, Mondsee, AT, Feb 2010 (invited)
118Bonaventure G. Understanding the mechanisms specifying insect responses in plants. Symposium SFB and GK at the University of Würzburg, Universität Würzburg, Pommersfelden, DE, Feb 2010 (invited)
119Baldwin I.T. Eavesdropping on Phytohormone Signaling as Path Towards Mutualisms: Host Plant Ethylene Production and Perception Structures the Culturable Root Bacterial Endophyte Community of Nicotiana attenuata. Biology10 conference, Université de Neuchatel, Université de Neuchatel, Faculté de sciences, Neuchatel, CH, Feb 2010 (invited)
120Guerrieri F. Learning can (sometimes) be an ant's work. Course on Insect Neurobiology, Alnarp, SE, Feb 2010 (invited)
121Hansson B.S. Evolution of Olfaction. Seminar, Gulbenkian Institute, Lisbon, PT, Jan 2010 (invited)
122Camehl I. The role of defense in the beneficial interaction between Arabidopsis and Piriformospora indica. Südostdeutsche Pflanzenphysiologie Tagung, Dresden, DE, Jan 2010
123Michal Johnson J. Calcium signal transduction in the beneficial interaction between Arabidopsis and Piriformospora indica. Südostdeutsche Pflanzenphysiologie Tagung, Dresden, DE, Jan 2010
124Knaden M. What is a good odour, what makes a good blend? Olfactory preferences in Drosophila. Seminar Max Planck Institute for Neurobiology, MPI for Neurobiology, Martinsried, DE, Jan 2010 (invited)
125Schneider B. Anwendung der NMR-Spektroskopie in Metabolismus-Studien. Universität Halle, Insitut für Biochemie-Biotechnologie, Halle (Saale), DE, Jan 2010 (invited)
126Tatsis E. Nudicaulins, distribution in plant kingdom and biosynthetic studies. Seminar, University of Basel, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Basel, CH, Jan 2010 (invited)
127Baldwin I.T. Host Plant Ethylene Production and Perception Structures the Culturable Root Bacterial Endophyte Community of Nicotiana attenuata. 7th Okazaki Biology Conference - The Evolution of Symbiotic Systems, Okazaki Biology Conferences, National Institute for Basic Biology, Kakegawa, JP, Jan 2010 (invited)
128Gershenzon J. The biochemistry and evolution of glucosinolate chain extension: An elongating story. Colloquium for Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, Technische Universität München, Fakultät für Chemie, Garching, DE, Jan 2010 (invited)
129Hölscher D. Plant secondary metabolites as a tool to control nemtaodes, insects, fungi and bacteria in banana. Uni Kassel, Department of Agricultural Sciences, Kassel, DE, Jan 2010 (invited)
130Hölscher D. Nematodes, bananas and phenylphenalenones. Department Botany Seminar, LMU München, Biozentrum, München, DE, Jan 2010 (invited)
2009
1Kost C. The role of chance and history for evolutionary trajectories taken by experimental populations of Pseudomonas fluorescens. JCB Lecture, Jena Centre for Bioinformatics JCB, Jena, DE, Dec 2009
2Knolhoff L. Host range expansion in Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae). Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America, Entomological Society of America, Indianapolis, US, Dec 2009
3Loxdale H. Darwin and Wallace…and things that go bump in the night. Weihnachtssymposium 2009, Uni Jena, Institut für Ökologie, Jena, DE, Dec 2009 (invited)
4Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore: Überleben mit Duft und Nektar. GDCh Kolloquium, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Jungchemikerforum, Universität Freiberg, Fakultät für Chemie und Physik, Freiberg, DE, Dec 2009 (invited)
5Hansson B.S. Evolution of olfaction. Meeting StEve 2009, Tübingen, DE, Dec 2009 (invited)
6Loxdale H. Were Darwin and Wallace right about evolution being a slow process? New insights from genetic studies of insects. Jena Ecology Colloquium, Uni Jena, Institut für Ökologie, Jena, DE, Dec 2009 (invited)
7Hölscher D. Matrix-free UV-laser desorption/ionization (LDI) mass spectrometry imaging at the single cell level: distribution of secondary metabolites of different plant species. Uni Jena, Department of Organic and Polymer Chemistry, Jena, DE, Dec 2009 (invited)
8Svatoš A. Mass spectrometry principals and applications. A series of five lectures for students and scientists, National Chemical Laboratory (NCL), Pune, IN, Dec 2009 (invited)
9Schuck S. Chemische Ökologie. Schülervortrag, Hermann-Staudinger Gymnasium, Erlenbach, DE, Nov 2009
10Gershenzon J. Spruce trees and bark beetles at war: New weapons and tactics. Sonderforschungsbereich 648 Colloquium, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Halle (Saale), DE, Nov 2009 (invited)
11Sachse S. Neural Circuits Underlying Olfactory Coding and Processing in Drosophila. BMBF Meeting, München, DE, Nov 2009 (invited)
12Spiteller D. Microbial symbionts help leaf cutting ants to fight infections. Symbiotic Interactions, München, DE, Nov 2009
13Evertz K. Analysis of gene expression patterns in Lymantria spp. larvae feeding on different food sources – a cDNA-AFLP approach. Doktorandenkolleg, Forschungsanstalt Geisenheim, Geisenheim, DE, Nov 2009
14Baldwin I.T. Using transgenic plants to study ecological interactions. Seminar at Plant Molecular & Cellular Biology Graduate School, University of Floriday, Gainesville, FL, US, Nov 2009 (invited)
15Mißbach C. Der zentrale olfaktorische Pfad von Lepismachilis y-signata (Archaeognatha). Seminar, FSU, Institut für Spezielle Zoologie und Evolutionsbiologie, Jena, DE, Nov 2009 (invited)
16Baldwin I.T. Training a new generation of biologists: the genome-enabled field biologist. American Philosophical Society Meeting, American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, US, Nov 2009 (invited)
17Mithöfer A. Principles of Chemical Ecology. Colomian-German Innovation Forum: Environment for Life, Bogota, CO, Nov 2009 (invited)
18Loxdale H. The strange life, times and population genetics of tansy aphids. Seminar, Biology Centre of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Institut of Entomology, Ceske Budejovice, CZ, Nov 2009 (invited)
19Hansson B.S. Find the food – olfactory evolution. The Royal Swedish Academy of Science Autumn Lecture, Stockholm, SE, Nov 2009 (invited)
20Svatoš A. In situ analytics: from test tube to cell. Ringberg Symposium, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Rottach-Egern, DE, Nov 2009 (invited)
21Gershenzon J. Plant volatiles: Versatile agents of defense. University of California, Department of Entomology, Davis, CA, US, Nov 2009 (invited)
22Kaltenpoth M. Life within insect antennae: Symbiotic bacteria protect wasp larvae against fungal infestation. Max Planck Research Group Leader Retreat Schloss Ringberg, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Rottach-Egern, DE, Nov 2009
23Loxdale H. Were Darwin and Wallace right about evolution being a slow process? New insights from genetic studies of insects. Seminar at the Unit of Evolutionary Biology and Zoology, Uni Potsdam, Institut für Biochemie und Biologie, Potsdam, DE, Nov 2009 (invited)
24Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore: Überleben mit Duft und Nektar. Hans-Fischer-Symposium: Chemische Kommunikation, TU München, Fachbereich Chemie, München, DE, Nov 2009
25Gershenzon J. The many roles of plant volatile terpenes; making scents of diversity. Michigan State University, Department of Biochemistry, East Lansing, US, Nov 2009 (invited)
26Kost C. Replaying life's tape - Repeated re-evolution of a complex phenotype in Pseudomonas fluorescens. Biological Colloquium, TU Kaiserslautern, Kaiserslautern, DE, Nov 2009 (invited)
27Hansson B.S. Fruit flies like a banana – odors, nerves and behavior underlying Drosophila food search. 8th PhDnet General Meeting, Max Planck PhDnet, Max-Planck-Institut für chemische Ökologie, Jena, DE, Oct 2009
28Baldwin I.T. Asking the plant about “stress”. Seminar at John Innes Centre, John Innes Centre, Norwich, GB, Oct 2009 (invited)
29Olsson S. Olfactory Coding and Host Preference in the Rhagoletis Species Complex. 5th Asia Pacific Conference on Chemical Ecology, APACE, Honolulu, US, Oct 2009
30Sachse S. Coding of olfactory information visualized by optical imaging in the Drosophila antennal lobe. Seminar, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, AR, Oct 2009 (invited)
31Gershenzon J. Role of spruce resin and phenolics in defense against bark beetles. Wissenschaftliches Kolloquium des Institutes für Allgemeine Botanik und Pflanzenphysiologie, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Institut für Allgemeine Botanik und Pflanzenphysiologie, Jena, DE, Oct 2009 (invited)
32Davis A. A Line in Birds; TW Blakiston & Japanese Biology. Presentation, Japan Society, Oriental Club, London, GB, Oct 2009 (invited)
33Wicher D. A new, highly sensitive reporter for cyclic nucleotides: The Drosophila odorant receptor protein Or83b. BIT's 7th International Drug Discovery Science and Technology, Shanghai, CN, Oct 2009 (invited)
34Badenes-Pérez F.R. Influence of plant glucosinolate content on the host preference of Plutella xylostella L. (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae). VI Congreso Nacional de Entomología Aplicada, Sociedad Española de Entomología Aplicada (SEEA), Palma de Mallorca, ES, Oct 2009 (invited)
35Boland W. Sequestration of plant-derived glucosides by leaf beetles: a model system for evolution and adaptation of chemical defenses. International Meeting on Natural Products, Irapuato, MX, Oct 2009 (invited)
36Baldwin I.T. How plants get what they want from floral visitors. Institutsseminar am MPI für Züchtungsforschung, Köln, DE, Oct 2009 (invited)
37Mithöfer A. Different aspects of plant-insect interactions. Seminar, Umweltforschungszentrum (UFZ) Halle –Leipzig, Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2009 (invited)
38Boland W. Sequestration of plant-derived glucosides by leaf beetles: a model system for evolution and adaptation of chemical defenses. Lecture, Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo, Morelia, MX, Oct 2009 (invited)
39Baldwin I.T. Paul's legacy at the MPI for Chemical Ecology in Jena. Feeny Fling Symposium, Ithaca, NY, US, Oct 2009 (invited)
40Venkatesan R. Day or night? Nectar is right. 38. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie Halle, Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2009
41Schneider B. NMR and MS-based micrometabolomic studies on plant samples. Lecture, Universite de Picardie “Jules Verne”, Amiens, FR, Oct 2009 (invited)
42Sonntag D. The structure of the culturable root bacterial endophyte community of Nicotiana attenuata is organized by soil composition and host plant ethylene production and perception. JSMC/ILRS Symposium, Jenaer School for Microbial Communication/International Leibniz Research School, Jena, DE, Oct 2009 (invited)
43Schmid D. Separate the wheat from the chaff – characterizing sex-related proteins from brown algal gametes. 3rd Central and Eastern European Proteomic Conference "Proteomics Driven Discovery and Applications", Budapest, HU, Oct 2009
44Boland W. Momentaufnahmen aus der chemischen Ökologie. Der Mensch inmitten von Natur und Technik: Gedanken aus der Wissenschaft, Thüringer Institut für Lehrerfortbildung, Lehrplanentwicklung und Medien (Thillm) Bad Berka, Jena, DE, Oct 2009
45Kellmann J.W. Bioethik – kluge Pflanzen. Der Mensch inmitten von Natur und Technik: Gedanken aus der Wissenschaft, Thüringer Institut für Lehrerfortbildung, Lehrplanentwicklung und Medien (Thillm) Bad Berka, Jena, DE, Oct 2009
46Loxdale H. On the roads to asexual freedom: aphid clonality, lifecycle variation and rare sex. International conference Sex Matters, Uni Lübeck, Lübeck, DE, Oct 2009 (invited)
47Kaiser T. Low tide is high time! Genetic control of circadian and lunar emergence time in the intertidal midge Clunio marinus (Diptera: Chironomidae). Universität Bielefeld, Universität Bielefeld, Bielefeld, DE, Oct 2009 (invited)
48Spiteller D. Wie verteidigen Blattschneiderameisen ihren Pilzgarten gegen Infektionen? 18. Nachwuchswissenschaftler-Symposium Bioorganische Chemie, Hannover, DE, Sep 2009 (invited)
49Kaltenpoth M., Strohm E. Population dynamics and evolutionary history of a defensive insect-bacteria symbiosis. 102. Jahresversammlung der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft, Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft (DZG), Regensburg, DE, Sep 2009
50Hansson B.S. Bimodal function of Drosophila odorant receptors. ECRO 2009, European Chemoreception Research Organisation, Villasimius, IT, Sep 2009 (invited)
51Hansson B.S. Twenty Years After: ESITO research 1989 vs. 2009. 11th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Villasimius, IT, Sep 2009 (invited)
52Karpati Z. Pheromone neuroanatomy and physiology in the European corn borer is sex linked. 11th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Villasimius, IT, Sep 2009
53Knaden M. What makes a good odour, what makes a good blend? Attractiveness and repellence in Drosophila olfaction. 11th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Villasimius, IT, Sep 2009
54Reinecke A. Oviposition in Manduca sexta: An emerging picture of behavioural responses, chemical stimuli, and their sensory perception. 11th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Villasimius, IT, Sep 2009
55Reinert A. Inhibitory odour responses in Drosophila ORNs: the transgenic chloride indicator Clomeleon. 11th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Villasimius, IT, Sep 2009
56Sachse S. Neural Circuits Underlying Olfactory Processing in Drosophila. 11th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Villasimius, IT, Sep 2009 (invited)
57Schubert M. Dissecting the Banana: A Dynamic Gas-Chromatography - Optical Imaging Study. 11th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Villasimius, IT, Sep 2009
58Seki Y. Electrophysiology and morphometric analysis of local interneurons in the Drosophila antennal lobe. 11th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Villasimius, IT, Sep 2009
59Stensmyr M.C. Specialized Noses for Specialized Lifestyles. 11th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Villasimius, IT, Sep 2009
60Strutz A. Imaging natural odor blends: Multiglomerular activation patterns of Arum palaestinum odor components in the Drosophila melanogaster antennal lobe. 11th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Villasimius, IT, Sep 2009
61Karpati Z. Strain specific pheromone preference of the European corn borer. Workshop on Integrated Soft Fruit Production, International Organisation for Biological and Integrated Control of Noxious Animals and Plants, IOBC Working Group "Integrated Protection of Fruit Crops", Budapest, HU, Sep 2009
62Bonaventure G. How do plants perceive insect herbivores and trigger specific defence responses? 53th SIGA Congress, Italian Society of Agricultural Genetics, , Sep 2009 (invited)
63Eilers E.J. The impact of pollination on nutritional composition of the human diet. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Bayreuth, DE, Sep 2009
64Doubský J. On the nitration of indoles: The role of protecting groups. 6th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Wörlitz, DE, Sep 2009
65Ellinger R. How to give a qualified feedback - a method to optimize communication and co-operation. 6th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Wörlitz, DE, Sep 2009
66Fang J. Phenylphenalenones from Wachendorfia thyrsiflora. 6th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Wörlitz, DE, Sep 2009
67Giri A. Digestive enzyme of Helicoverpa sp. 6th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Wörlitz, DE, Sep 2009
68Jitsaeng K. Phenylphenalenones in Musa and related species: an overview. 6th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Wörlitz, DE, Sep 2009
69Kroiß J. Symbiotic streptomycetes provide antimicrobial combination therapy for wasp offspring. 6th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Wörlitz, DE, Sep 2009
70Maddula R.K. Effect of fragmentation methods (CID, PQD, HCD) in Orbitrap on CAD spectra of small molecules. 6th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Wörlitz, DE, Sep 2009
71Muck A. Designing artificial databases and matching of proteins from unsequenced organisms. 6th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Wörlitz, DE, Sep 2009
72Muckova P. Preparation of point-mutated pheromone-binding proteins and their purification. 6th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Wörlitz, DE, Sep 2009
73Munde T. 31P NMR-spectroscopy - another method to determine the biosynthetic origin of oxygen. 6th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Wörlitz, DE, Sep 2009
74Paetz C. Oligostilbenoids from Malaysian timber wood. 6th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Wörlitz, DE, Sep 2009
75Schneider B. Natural and synthetic phenalenones lacking the lateral side chain. 6th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Wörlitz, DE, Sep 2009
76Shaker K.H. Secondary metabolites of Nicotiana attenuata trichomes. 6th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Wörlitz, DE, Sep 2009
77Svatoš A. MAILD vs MALDI: New matrix-assisted mass spectrometry for metabolomics. 6th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Wörlitz, DE, Sep 2009
78Tatsis E. Effect of UV radiation to chemical profile of Papaver nudicaule flowers. 6th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Wörlitz, DE, Sep 2009
79Boland W. Before Gene expression: Early Events in Plant - Insect Interactions. Botanikertagung 2009 "Plants for the Future", Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Universität Leipzig, Leipzig, DE, Sep 2009 (invited)
80Köllner T. Insights into structure-function relationship of a maize terpene synthase involved in indirect plant defense. Botanikertagung 2009 "Plants for the Future", Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Universität Leipzig, Leipzig, DE, Sep 2009
81Baldwin I.T. Using Transformed Native Plants to Study Ecological Interactions. BES Annual Meeting 2009, British Ecological Society, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, GB, Sep 2009 (invited)
82Boland W. Induced volatiles of Medicago truncatula: molecular diversity and mechanistic aspects of a multiproduct sesquiterpene synthase from M. truncatula. 40th International Symposium on Essential Oils (ISEO), Savigliano, IT, Sep 2009 (invited)
83Anssour S. Changes in uni-parental gene expression in synthetic Nicotiana allopolyploids: consequences for antiherbivore defense responses. Fribourg Ecology and Evolution Days 2009 3ème cycle Mini-Symposium, University of Fribourg, Fribourg, CH, Sep 2009
84Hansson B.S. Olfactory evolution in insects. Evolution of the arthropod nervous system, Jena, DE, Sep 2009 (invited)
85Harzsch S. Crustacea conquer land: evolution of their olfactory system. Evolution of the arthropod nervous system, Jena, DE, Sep 2009 (invited)
86Mißbach C. New insights into an ancient insect nose - the olfactory pathway of Lepismachilis y-signata (Archaeognatha). Evolution of the arthropod nervous system, Jena, DE, Sep 2009 (invited)
87Rybak J. Insect brain atlases. Evolution of the arthropod nervous system, Jena, DE, Sep 2009 (invited)
88Seki Y. Electrophysiology and morphometric analysis of local interneurons in the Drosophila antennal lobe. Evolution of the arthropod nervous system, Jena, DE, Sep 2009 (invited)
89Strausfeld N.J. Where did insects come from? Evolution of the arthropod nervous system, Jena, DE, Sep 2009 (invited)
90Kaiser T. Local adaptation in circadian and lunar emergence time in the intertidal midge Clunio marinus. Evolution in Metapopulations, CUSO workshop, University of Lausanne, La Fouly, CH, Sep 2009
91Davis A. Networks in Biology; an exploration. Seminar, Okinawa University, Faculty of Life Sciences, Naha City, Okinawa, JP, Sep 2009
92Ping L. A Survey of Probiotic Bacteria in Spodoptera littoralis. 61. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Hygiene und Mikrobiologie (DGHM), Göttingen, DE, Sep 2009
93Courtiade J. The Caspase gene family. 8th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2009
94Evertz K. Analysis of gene expression patterns in Lymantria spp. larvae feeding on different food sources – a cDNA-AFLP approach. 8th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2009
95Freitak D. Dietary-dependent trans-generational priming of immunity in an insect herbivore, Trichoplusia ni. 8th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2009
96Grosse-Wilde E. Olfactory receptors of the tobacco hornworm, Manduca sexta. 8th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2009
97Heckel D.G. Genetic analysis of the sex pheromone communication system in Ostrinia nubilalis. 8th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2009
98Vogel H. A Plant-Insect Coevolutionary Key Innovation. Host plant shifts and birth-death dynamics. 8th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2009
99Baldwin I.T. How plants get what they want from floral visitors. 25th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Neuchâtel, CH, Aug 2009 (invited)
100Bonaventure G. Identification of Regulators of FAC-Mediated Responses in N. attenuata. 25th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Neuchâtel, CH, Aug 2009
101Gershenzon J. Elucidating the Role of Terpene Resin in Conifer Defense. 25th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Neuchâtel, CH, Aug 2009 (invited)
102Köpke D. Molecular characterization of oviposition-induced defenses in pine. 25th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Neuchâtel, CH, Aug 2009
103Onkokesung N. CROSS-TALK BETWEEN JASMONIC ACID AND ETHYLENE IS IMPORTANT FOR TUNING OF GROWTH AND DEFENSE IN Nicotiana attenuata. Summerschool Utrecht 2009, Universiteit Utrecht, Utrecht, NL, Aug 2009
104Pesek J. 8-Hydroxyquinoline-2-Carboxylic Acid (HQA) from the Insect Gut Impacts Bacterial Growth via Iron Chelation. 25th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Neuchâtel, CH, Aug 2009
105Spiteller D. Control of Pathogenic Diseases by Leaf Cutting Ants and Their Microbial Symbionts. 25th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Neuchâtel, CH, Aug 2009
106van Doorn A. Specificity in Plant Herbivore Interactions: Plant-Mediated Conversion of Insect. 25th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Neuchâtel, CH, Aug 2009
107Kaiser T. Lunar emergence time is locally adapted, heritable and correlated to circadian emergence time in the marine midge Clunio marinus. ESEB 12th congress, European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Torino, IT, Aug 2009
108Reinert A. Imaging odor processes in the antennal lobe of Drosophila. Wellcome Trust Advanced Course: Drosophila Genetics & Genomics, Cambridge, GB, Aug 2009
109Kaltenpoth M. Population Dynamics and Evolutionary History of a Defensive Insect-Bacteria Symbiosis. 6th ISS Congress, International Symbiosis Society, University of Wisconsin-Madison Symbiosis Cluster, Madison, Wisconsin, US, Aug 2009
110Allmann S. Crying for Help: The Cis-Trans Signature of Nicotiana attenuata. Gordon Research Conference - Floral & Vegetative Volatiles, Gordon Research Conferences, Magdalen College, Oxford, UK, Oxford, GB, Aug 2009
111Gaquerel E. Metabolomic Analysis of Plant Volatile Emissions by Comprehensive GCXGC-TOFMS. Gordon Research Conference - Floral & Vegetative Volatiles, Gordon Research Conferences, Magdalen College, Oxford, UK, Oxford, GB, Aug 2009
112Garms S. Proof of an Old Hypothesis: A New Pathway to Cadinane, Muurolane, Cubebane and Copaane Skeletons. Gordon Research Conference - Floral & Vegetative Volatiles, Gordon Research Conferences, Magdalen College, Oxford, UK, Oxford, GB, Aug 2009
113Gershenzon J. Introduction to mechanisms of plant volatile production. Gordon Research Conference - Floral & Vegetative Volatiles, Gordon Research Conferences, Magdalen College, Oxford, UK, Oxford, GB, Aug 2009 (invited)
114Hansson B.S. Introduction to Perception of Volatiles. Gordon Research Conference - Floral & Vegetative Volatiles, Gordon Research Conferences, Magdalen College, Oxford, UK, Oxford, GB, Aug 2009 (invited)
115Sachse S. Coding of Olfactory Information Visualized by Optical Imaging in the Insect Antennal Lobe. Gordon Research Conference - Floral & Vegetative Volatiles, Gordon Research Conferences, Magdalen College, Oxford, UK, Oxford, GB, Aug 2009 (invited)
116Svatoš A. Introduction to Metabolomics and Analytics of Plant Volatiles. Gordon Research Conference - Floral & Vegetative Volatiles, Gordon Research Conferences, Magdalen College, Oxford, UK, Oxford, GB, Aug 2009 (invited)
117Urru I. Odour Perception in Arum. Gordon Research Conference - Floral & Vegetative Volatiles, Gordon Research Conferences, Magdalen College, Oxford, UK, Oxford, GB, Aug 2009
118Davis A. Drosophila elegans; the contribution of flower chemistry to host range. Institutsseminar, Hokkaido University, Institute for Low Temperature Science, Sapporo, JP, Aug 2009
119Kost C. Genomic modularity facilitates adaptive evolution in Pseudomonas fluorescens. 12th Congress of the European Society of Evolutionary Biology (ESEB), Turino, IT, Aug 2009
120Kübler L. Mixture Interactions in the Moth Antennal Lobe. 20th Neurobiology PhD Student Workshop, Würzburg, DE, Jul 2009
121Spiteller D. How leaf cutting ants defend their fungus garden against the pathogen Escovopsis. Workshop der Gesellschaft für Tropenökologie (GTÖ), GTÖ, Marburg, DE, Jul 2009
122Rybak J. Visualization and Registration of Neuronal Structures in an Insect brain. 2nd International Workshop on Visualization in Medicine and Life Sciences, Bremerhaven, DE, Jul 2009 (invited)
123Strutz A., Sachse S. Structure and function of olfactory circuits in Drosophila; Insect Olfaction: From Experiments to Models. 18th Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting, Berlin, DE, Jul 2009 (invited)
124Gershenzon J. Glucosinolate hydrolysis products: Why they dare to be different. PLANT BIOLOGY 2009 - Joint Annual Meetings, American Society of Plant Biologists and Phycological Society of America, Honolulu, Hawaii, US, Jul 2009 (invited)
125Baldwin I.T. Using transformed native plants to study ecological interactions. Gordon Research Conference - Evolutionary & Ecological Functional Genomics, Gordon Research Conferences, Tilton School, Tilton, NH, US, Jul 2009 (invited)
126Reinert A. Imaging odor processes in the antennal lobe of Drosophila. ISN/ESN Summer School, Meißen, DE, Jul 2009
127Olsson S. Blend Processing in Manduca - Progress to Date. iCHEM Meeting 2009, Genoa, IT, Jul 2009
128Hammerbacher A. The role of stilbene glycosides in Picea abies defense against the bark beetle associated fungus Ceratocystis polonica. 2009 IUFRO Tree Biotechnology Conference, Whistler, CA, Jul 2009
129Tremmel M. Do leaf-cutting ants go undetected? Evidence for delayed induced defence following cumulative herbivory by Atta colombica in lima bean plants. Joint Meeting of Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation (ATBC) & Society for Tropical Ecology (Gtö), Marburg, DE, Jul 2009
130Meldau S. SGT1 regulates JA biosynthesis and perception in Nicotiana attenuata. 5th Plant Science Student Conference, Halle (Saale), DE, Jun 2009 (invited)
131Schuman M., Heiling S., Schöttner M., Mukerjee P.A., Berger B., Schneider B., Baldwin I.T. "Lite tobacco?" Glycoside "sugar substitutes" in Nicotiana attenuata lead to thinner caterpillars. 5th Plant Science Student Conference, Halle (Saale), DE, Jun 2009
132Yang D. BAK1 positively regulates wounding- and herbivory-induced jasmonic acid (JA) and JA-amino acid conjugate (JA-Ile) in Nicotiana attenuata. 5th Plant Science Student Conference, Halle (Saale), DE, Jun 2009
133Baldwin I.T. Asking the plant about “stress". 8th International Conference on the Plant Hormone Ethylene, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, Jun 2009 (invited)
134Boland W. Mit der Kraft der zwei Herzen - Abwehr bei Blattkäfern mit eigenen und pflanzlichen Giften. Kolloquium, Universität Saarbrücken, Pharmazeutisches Institut, Saarbrücken, DE, Jun 2009 (invited)
135Boland W. Pharmazie - Quo vadis? Festvortrag zur Einweihung des Pharmazeutischen Instituts, Saar-Universität Saarbrücken, Pharmazeutisches Institut, Saarbrücken, DE, Jun 2009 (invited)
136Wu J. When an herbivore takes a bite, does plant know? Plant Vascular Biology and Agriculture, Chongqing, CN, Jun 2009 (invited)
137Boland W. Volatiles, the language of plants. Jena Life Science Forum, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena, DE, Jun 2009 (invited)
138Heckel D.G. Insect defenses in chemical co-evolution: Transcriptional responses of the generalist herbivore Helicoverpa armigera to plant defense compounds, phytohormones, and insecticides. 3rd Annual Arthropod Genomics Symposium "Frontiers in Arthropod Genomics", Kansas State University, Center for Genomic Studies on Arthropods Affecting Human, Animal and Plant Health, Kansas City, US, Jun 2009 (invited)
139Vogel H. Insect defenses in chemical coevolution-Transcriptional and biochemical responses of the generalist herbivore Helicoverpa armigera to intra-plant signalling and induction of anti-herbivory pathways. 3rd Annual Arthropod Genomics Symposium "Frontiers in Arthropod Genomics", Kansas State University, Center for Genomic Studies on Arthropods Affecting Human, Animal and Plant Health, Kansas City, US, Jun 2009 (invited)
140Sombke A. Neurobiologische und ethologische Untersuchungen zum Riechsinn der Myriapoda. Institutssymposium "Faszination Evolution", Universität Greifswald, Greifswald, DE, Jun 2009 (invited)
141Loxdale H. Why are there so few aphid clones? 8th International Symposium on Aphids, ISA, Catania, IT, Jun 2009 (invited)
142Hansson B.S. Fruit flies like a banana - odors, nerves and behavior underlying Drosophila food search. Beutenberg Campus /JSMC Workshop "Method and Concept Transfer", Beutenberg Campus e.V., Jena, DE, Jun 2009 (invited)
143Hänniger S. Habitat isolation in host-races of Spodoptera frugiperda. ICE 09 PhD Course, SLU Alnarp, Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Alnarp, SE, Jun 2009
144Gershenzon J. Manipulating terpene levels in conifer resin to study their ecological roles. TERPNET 2009 - 9th International Meeting: Biosynthesis and Function of Isoprenoids in Plants, Microorganisms and Parasites, The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tokyo, JP, May 2009 (invited)
145Gershenzon J. When glucosinolates break down: The diversity of hydrolysis products and their ecological context. RIKEN Plant Science Center, Yokohama, JP, May 2009 (invited)
146Köllner T. Evolution of a terpene synthase mechanism responsible for the production of a plant defense signal. TERPNET 2009 - 9th International Meeting: Biosynthesis and Function of Isoprenoids in Plants, Microorganisms and Parasites, The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tokyo, JP, May 2009
147Mithöfer A. Plant Insect Interactions: General aspects and dissection of mechanical and chemical challenges. 5th International Symposium on Plant Neurobiology, Florenz, IT, May 2009
148Hansson B.S. Olfactory Evolution in Arthropods. Zoologisches Kolloquium, RWTH Aachen, Fachschaft Biologie, Biotechnologie, Aachen, DE, May 2009 (invited)
149Wheat C. From genes to metapopulations: Finding the genes that matter in a fragmented and dynamic landscape. Conservation Genetics Conference: Integrating Population Genetics and Conservation Biology, ESF, Trondheim, NO, May 2009 (invited)
150Boland W. Presentation of the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology. MPG/BCS-Symposium, Bayer Crop Science, Monheim, DE, May 2009
151Hansson B.S. Insect smell. MPG/BCS-Symposium, Bayer Crop Science, Monheim, DE, May 2009 (invited)
152Anssour S. Changes in uni-parental gene expression in synthetic Nicotiana allopolyploids: consequences for anti-herbivore defense responses. International Conference on Polyploidy, Hybridization and Biodiversity ICPAB 2009, Saint-Malo, FR, May 2009
153Pesek J. 8-Hydroxyquinoline-2-carboxylic acid from the insect gut impacts bacterial growth via iron sensing. 37. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuth, DE, May 2009
154Boland W. Mit der Kraft der zwei Herzen – Abwehr bei Blattkäfern mit eigenen und pflanzlichen Giften. 2. Jahrestreffen der Seniorexperten Chemie, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Hanau, DE, May 2009
155Wheat C. From genes to metapopulations: Finding the genes that matter in a fragmented and dynamic landscape. Frontiers of Quantitative Biology Symposium, Institute of Science and Technology, Vienna, AT, May 2009 (invited)
156Freitak D. How does the Lepidopteran midgut modulate an immune response? Jacques Monod Symposium "Insect Immunity in Action", Aussois, FR, May 2009 (invited)
157Boland W. Plant oxylipins in the insect gut; collision of hormonal systems? IPB Minisymposium, Iowa State University, Ames, US, Apr 2009 (invited)
158Kübler L. First Order Blend Processing in the Moth Antennal Lobe. 31st annual meeting of the Association for Chemoreception Sciences (AChemS), Sarasota, FL, US, Apr 2009
159Wicher D. Bimodal function of Drosophila odorant receptors. 31st annual meeting of the Association for Chemoreception Sciences (AChemS), Sarasota, FL, US, Apr 2009 (invited)
160Getahun M.N. In vivo signal transduction analysis in Drosophila. Chemical Ecology 2009 Mini-Symposium, State College, US, Apr 2009
161Grabe V. In vivo Chloride Imaging in Drosophila melanogaster. Chemical Ecology 2009 Mini-Symposium, State College, US, Apr 2009
162Groot A.T. Insect evolution below the species level: ecological specialisation and the origin of species. Darwin-Wallace Celebratory Meeting - "Insect evolution below the species level: ecological specialisation and the origin of species", Royal Entomological Society, Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, GB, Apr 2009 (invited)
163Hansson B.S. The contrivances by which orchids and other flowers are pollinated. Chemical Ecology 2009 Mini-Symposium, State College, US, Apr 2009 (invited)
164Kaiser T., Heckel D.G. Circadian timing of adult eclosion in Clunio marinus: Genetic basis and consequences for population divergence. Darwin-Wallace Celebratory Meeting - "Insect evolution below the species level: ecological specialisation and the origin of species", Royal Entomological Society, Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, GB, Apr 2009 (invited)
165Kübler L. Smells like... what? First Order Blend Processing in the Moth Antennal Lobe. Chemical Ecology 2009 Mini-Symposium, State College, US, Apr 2009
166Kunert G. Aphids under pressure: What aphid alarm signalling teaches us about selection at the ecological level. Darwin-Wallace Celebratory Meeting - "Insect evolution below the species level: ecological specialisation and the origin of species", Royal Entomological Society, Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, GB, Apr 2009 (invited)
167Linz J. The 'Vampire fly': olfactory adaptations in response to extreme host-specialization. Chemical Ecology 2009 Mini-Symposium, State College, US, Apr 2009
168Loxdale H. Rapid evolutionary changes in natural insect populations. Darwin-Wallace Celebratory Meeting - "Insect evolution below the species level: ecological specialisation and the origin of species", Royal Entomological Society, Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, GB, Apr 2009 (invited)
169Schöfl G., Groot A.T. Finding the genetic basis of allochronic sexual isolation in a moth. Darwin-Wallace Celebratory Meeting - "Insect evolution below the species level: ecological specialisation and the origin of species", Royal Entomological Society, Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, GB, Apr 2009 (invited)
170Sombke A. Neuroarchitecture and Neuroethology of Chilopods: insights into the evolution of mandibulate olfactory centers. Chemical Ecology 2009 Mini-Symposium, State College, US, Apr 2009
171Späthe A. Should I lay or should I go? Semiochemicals in the oviposition of Manduca sexta. Chemical Ecology 2009 Mini-Symposium, State College, US, Apr 2009
172Steck K. The scent of a snapshot: olfactory and visual landmarks in desert ant orientation. Chemical Ecology 2009 Mini-Symposium, State College, US, Apr 2009
173Stieber R. A green specialist: generation of a transgenic non-model insect. Chemical Ecology 2009 Mini-Symposium, State College, US, Apr 2009
174Stökl J. Sexy flowers: the role of pollination in hybridization and speciation of sexually deceptive orchids. Chemical Ecology 2009 Mini-Symposium, State College, US, Apr 2009
175Strutz A. A look inside the fly nose: visualization of Arum compounds in the Drosophila brain. Chemical Ecology 2009 Mini-Symposium, State College, US, Apr 2009
176Knolhoff L. Behavioral characterization and differential gene expression of the rotation-resistant phenotype of western corn rootworm. Meeting of the International Working Group of Ostrinia and other Maize Pests, IWGO, , Apr 2009 (invited)
177Davis A. Drosophila elegans; specialists and generalists. Institutsseminar, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Zoologisches Institut, Kiel, DE, Apr 2009
178Baldwin I.T. Training a new generation of plant-biologists: genome-enabled field biologists. Seminar at Graduate School Experimental Plant Sciences, Lunteren, NL, Apr 2009 (invited)
179Svatoš A. HDMS: Analysis. Seminar, WATERS, Spidlerum Mlyn, CZ, Apr 2009 (invited)
180Harzsch S. Christmas crabs: Architektur des Riechsystems und olfaktorisch gesteuertes Verhalten des Palmendiebes Birgus latro (Anomura, Coenobitidae) auf der Weihnachtsinsel. 14. Crustaceologentagung, Rostock, DE, Apr 2009
181Wheat C. Goals and challenges of using NGS in model ecological systems. Evolutionary Genetics: the impact of next generation sequencing technologies, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, MPI for Evolutionary Biology, Wittenberg, DE, Apr 2009 (invited)
182Hölscher D. Wege zum Matrix-freien “UV-laser desorption/ionization (LDI) mass spectrometric imaging” auf zellulärem Niveau: Verteilung von pflanzlichen Sekundärmetaboliten bei ausgesuchten Beispielen. Bruker Anwendertreffen, Bad Soden, AT, Apr 2009 (invited)
183Sachse S. Neural circuits underlying olfactory processing in Drosophila. 8th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society, Göttingen, DE, Mar 2009 (invited)
184Sombke A. Neuroanatomie und Neuroethologie von Scutigera coleoptrata (Chilopoda). Symposium „Fauna und Flora Ibizas", Rostock, DE, Mar 2009
185Baldwin I.T. A Natural Laboratory on the Cutting Edge of Biological Research. Tanner lecture at Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, US, Mar 2009 (invited)
186Wicher D. Anatomy of a controversy: Primary signal transduction in olfaction. Biozentrumsseminar Würzburg, Universität Würzburg, Biozentrum, Würzburg, DE, Mar 2009 (invited)
187Sachse S. Structure and function of olfactory circuits in Drosophila. Neuroscience Retreat, MPG, Berlin, DE, Mar 2009
188Wicher D. Bimodal function of Drosophila odorant receptors. Max Planck Symposium “Neuroscience” (Neuroretreat), Berlin, DE, Mar 2009 (invited)
189Knaden M. Orientation - the insect case. ESF expert discussion workshop "Large-scale spatial cognition in birds and mammals", ESF, Rome, IT, Mar 2009 (invited)
190Linz J. The 'Vampire fly': olfactory adaptations in response to extreme host-specialization. EMBO World Practical Courses "Advanced methods for phylogenetic analysis of molecular sequences", Rio de Janeiro, BR, Mar 2009
191Evertz K. Analysis of gene expression patterns in Lymantria spp. larvae feeding on different food sources – a cDNA-AFLP approach. DGaaE-Tagung, Deutsche Gesellschaft für allgemeine und angewandte Entomologie, Göttingen, DE, Mar 2009
192Hansson B.S. Fruitfly Olfactory Neuroethology. Keystone Symposia "Chemical Senses: Receptors and Circuits", Tahoe City, US, Mar 2009 (invited)
193Knaden M. Smell stereo: how desert ants Cataglyphis discriminate 2-D olfactory landmarks. Keystone Symposia "Chemical Senses: Receptors and Circuits", Tahoe City, US, Mar 2009
194Li G. Differential Gene Expression in A. thaliana using MecWorm and Herbivores. JCB Lecture, Jena Centre for Bioinformatics JCB, Jena, DE, Mar 2009
195Linz J. The 'Vampire fly': olfactory adaptations in response to extreme host-specialization. Seminar, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Departamento de Genética, Rio de Janeiro, BR, Mar 2009 (invited)
196Baldwin I.T. Training genome-enabled natural historians. Seminar at UC Davis, Davis, CA, US, Mar 2009 (invited)
197Kübler L. Smells like? First Order Blend Processing in the Moth Antennal Lobe. iCHEM Meeting 2009, Les Houches, FR, Mar 2009
198Olsson S. Workpackage 4: Ratiometric processing in the moth antennal lobe. iCHEM Meeting 2009, Les Houches, FR, Mar 2009
199Muck A. Development of Silicon Nanowire Arrays for LDI-TOF-MS analysis of lipids. 42. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Massenspektrometrie, Deutschen Gesellschaft für Massenspektrometrie, Universität Konstanz, Konstanz, DE, Mar 2009
200Shroff R. Acid-base driven matrix selection for targeted metabolomics via matrix-assisted mass spectrometry. 42. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Massenspektrometrie, Deutschen Gesellschaft für Massenspektrometrie, Universität Konstanz, Konstanz, DE, Mar 2009
201Spiteller D. Antagonismus des Epiphyten Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae 22d/93 gegen den Pflanzen-pathogen Pseudomonas syringae pv. Glycinea. Chemiedozententagung, Göttingen, DE, Mar 2009
202Svatoš A. Determination of dissociation constant of the lysozyme- NAG3 complex using microchip-ESI-MS. 42. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Massenspektrometrie, Deutschen Gesellschaft für Massenspektrometrie, Universität Konstanz, Konstanz, DE, Mar 2009
203Svatoš A. Probing Bombyx mori pheromone binding protein (PBP) specificity by a Advion chip-assisted electrospray. 42. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Massenspektrometrie, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Massenspektrometrie (DGMS), Konstanz, DE, Mar 2009
204Germerodt S. "Breeding Suppression in small mammals – a predator-induced coexistence of strategies?". PhD Meeting der Deutschen Zoologische Gesellschaft, München, DE, Mar 2009
205Paetz C. Chemical investigation of an endemic Marquesan tree: Rauvolfia sachetiae Fosberg. 11th Pacific Science Inter-Congress "Pacific Countries and their Ocean: Facing Local and Global Changes", Tahiti, PF, Mar 2009
206Wicher D. Neuronale Aktivität bei Hunger und Sättigung. Seminar: Universität Marburg, Institut für Tierphysiologie, Marburg, DE, Mar 2009 (invited)
207Weinhold A. Microbial Interaction relevant for the fitness of Nicotiana attenuata in the native environment. ILRS Symposium 2009, International Leibniz Research School for Microbial and Biomolecular Interactions, Jena, DE, Mar 2009
208Hansson B.S. Olfactory evolution. Rothamsted Research - The Sawicki Lecture, Harpenden, GB, Mar 2009 (invited)
209Groot A.T. Possible causes and consequences of intraspecific variation in moth sexual communication. SEE seminar, Uni Amsterdam, Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics, Amsterdam, NL, Mar 2009 (invited)
210Schachtschabel D. Apocarotenoids - signalling compounds of Zygomycetes and plants? VAAM Annual meeting, VAAM, Bochum, DE, Mar 2009
211Wicher D. Function of Drosophila odorant receptors. Seminar: AddexPharma, Geneva, CH, 2009 (invited)
212Hansson B.S. Olfactory evolution. Natural History Museum - The Verrall Lecture, London, GB, Feb 2009 (invited)
213Boland W. Lebende Chemiefabriken: Chemische Verteidigung bei Blattkäferlarven. 21. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA, Irsee, DE, Feb 2009
214Stensmyr M.C. Specialized Noses for Specialized Lifestyles. CNRS-MPG Neuroscience Workshop, Paris, FR, Feb 2009 (invited)
215Camehl I. Zwei Proteine, die über Freund/Feind-Erkennung in der Interaktion von Piriformospora indica mit Arabidopsis thaliana entscheiden. 22. Tagung Molekularbiologie der Pflanzen, Dabringhausen, DE, Feb 2009
216Gershenzon J. Biochemistry and evolution of glucosinolate chain elongation. MPI for Molecular Plant Physiology, Potsdam, DE, Feb 2009 (invited)
217Mewes D. MPI CE - Status, Erfahrungen, Wünsche. Pubman Days 2009, Max Planck Digital Library, Leipzig, DE, Feb 2009
218Sachse S. In vivo visualization of odor coding and processing in the Drosophila brain. Seminar Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, FR, Feb 2009 (invited)
219Loxdale H. The importance of sexual reproduction for overcoming aphid lineage senescence evolution: the possible role of telomere capping. Uni Lübeck, Insitute for Biology, Centrum for Medical Structure and Cell Biology, Lübeck, DE, Feb 2009 (invited)
220Sachse S. In vivo visualization of odor coding and processing in the Drosophila brain. Seminar Max Planck Institute for Neurobiology, MPI for Neurobiology, Martinsried, DE, Feb 2009 (invited)
221Evertz K. Functional Gene expression in Lymantria dispar and Tortrix viridana feeding on different food sources - cDNA AFLP approach. Evoltree annual meeting, Baden, AT, Feb 2009
222Michal Johnson J. Arabidopsis mutants defective in Piriformospora indica induced intracellular calcium elevation. Mitteldeutsches Treffen der Pflanzenphysiologen, Halle (Saale), DE, Jan 2009
223Heinzel N. Qualitative und quantitative Analytik mit GC/MS und LC/MS-MS -. Varian-Anwendertreffen, Varian, Hamburg, DE, Jan 2009
224Sachse S. Reception and coding of pheromone signals in insects. Review panel symposium "SPP Integrative Analysis of Olfaction", Gustav Stresemann Institute, Bonn, DE, Jan 2009
225Baldwin I.T. Organismic-level analysis of plant gene function. HHMI Workshop in Future Horizons in Plant Science, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Chevy Chase, US, Jan 2009 (invited)
226Sachse S. Structure, function and plasticity of olfactory neural circuits in insects. Symposium "Recent Advances in Neurobiology", Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, DE, Jan 2009
227Camehl I. Two proteins which determine between a mutualistic and a pathogenic interaction in the P. indica and A. thaliana model. Plant Physiology Symposium, Halle (Saale), DE, Jan 2009
2008
1Sonntag D. Modifications in ethylene homeostasis of Nicotiana attenuata grown in native soils influence diversity of endophytic bacteria in roots. JSMC Symposium 2008, Jena School of Microbial Communication, Jena, DE, Dec 2008 (invited)
2Mustermann M. Talk about my theses. Seminarreihe Uni Leipzig, Abt. Biologie, Leipzig, DE, Dec 2008
3Reinert A. Eisen und Eisenproteine in Neuronen mit perineuronalem Netz. Seminarreihe Uni Leipzig, Abt. Biologie, Leipzig, DE, Dec 2008 (invited)
4Reinert A. Eisen und Eisenproteine in Neuronen mit perineuronalem Netz. Seminarreihe Paul-Flechsig-Institut, Leipzig, DE, Dec 2008
5Reinecke A. Efficency testing of insect repellents, insect attractants and insecticides. Biocides 2008, Vienna, AT, Dec 2008 (invited)
6Groot A.T. Insights in moth prezygotic isolation mechanisms and their role in speciation. Uni Bielefeld, Department of Chemical Ecology, Bielefeld, DE, Dec 2008 (invited)
7Loxdale H. Why are there so few aphid clones? Weihnachtssymposium 2008, Institut für Ökologie, Jena, DE, Dec 2008 (invited)
8Gaquerel E. Nicotiana attenuata a-DOX1 tags insect herbivores with a signal. Postdoc retreat of the Green MPIs, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, MPI for Plant Breeding Research, Köln, DE, Nov 2008
9Boland W. Lebende Chemiefabriken: Chemische Verteidigung bei Blattkäferlarven. GDCh-Vortrag, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Universität Mainz, Mainz, DE, Nov 2008
10Mithöfer A. Plant insect interactions: Signals, signalling and induced defences. Seminar am ZMBP, Universität Tübingen, Tübingen, DE, Nov 2008 (invited)
11Schneider B. Some NMR applications in plant science. Institutsseminar, Max-Planck-Institut für Züchtungsforschung, Köln, DE, Nov 2008 (invited)
12Boland W. Herbivore-induced plant volatiles: Early and late events in defense induction. Winter school "Ecology of Plant Volatile Organic Compounds", ESF Scientific Programme "Volatile Organic Compounds in the Biosphere-Atmosphere System" (VOCBAS), Wageningen University, Wageningen, NL, Nov 2008 (invited)
13Gershenzon J. The role of plant volatiles in direct defense against herbivores and pathogens. Winter school "Ecology of Plant Volatile Organic Compounds", ESF Scientific Programme "Volatile Organic Compounds in the Biosphere-Atmosphere System" (VOCBAS), Wageningen University, Wageningen, NL, Nov 2008 (invited)
14Köpke D. Species-specific responses of pine sesquiterpene synthases to sawfly oviposition. Winter school "Ecology of Plant Volatile Organic Compounds", ESF Scientific Programme "Volatile Organic Compounds in the Biosphere-Atmosphere System" (VOCBAS), Wageningen University, Wageningen, NL, Nov 2008
15Baldwin I.T. Using transformed plants to study the chemically- mediated interactions between plants and insects. Symposium of the Delwart Foundation "Chemical Communication within, among and around plants", Fondation Jean-Marie Delwart, Genval, BE, Nov 2008 (invited)
16Boland W. Sequestration of plant-derived glycosides by leaf-beetles; a model system for evolution and adaption. Symposium of the Delwart Foundation "Chemical Communication within, among and around plants", Fondation Jean-Marie Delwart, Genval, BE, Nov 2008 (invited)
17Hansson B.S. Detection and signal transduction in Drosphila plant odour-specific receptor neurons. Symposium of the Delwart Foundation "Chemical Communication within, among and around plants", Fondation Jean-Marie Delwart, Genval, BE, Nov 2008 (invited)
18Wicher D. Bimodal function of Drosophila odorant receptors. caesar, Bonn, DE, Nov 2008 (invited)
19Gershenzon J. The insect empire strikes back: Herbivore resistance to plant defense. Institutsseminar, Max-Planck-Institut für Züchtungsforschung, Köln, DE, Nov 2008 (invited)
20Mewes D. MPI CE - Status, Erfahrungen, Wünsche. PubMan Days 2008, Max Planck Digital Library, Berlin, DE, Nov 2008
21Köpke D. Molecular characterization of oviposition-induced defenses in pine. Institutsseminar, Freie Universität Berlin, Institut für Angewandte Zoologie und Ökologie der Tiere, Berlin, DE, Oct 2008
22Schneider B. Magnetic resonance - based microanalysis of plant cells and tissue. Week of Science and Innovation, Gouvieux, FR, Oct 2008 (invited)
23Groot A.T. Understanding the evolution of premating isolation in moth: how does sexual communication vary within species? Seminar, Universität Ulm, Ulm, DE, Oct 2008 (invited)
24Harzsch S. Can characters derived from nervous system architecture contribute to reconstructing arthropod phylogeny? International Symposium "Advances in Crustacean Phylogenetics" Advances in Crustacean Phylogenetics, Rostock, DE, Oct 2008
25Baldwin I.T. Why natural history is essential for understanding gene function? 9th International Congress on Cell Biology, The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology, Seoul, KR, Oct 2008 (invited)
26Frick S. Identification of branch point enzymes within the iridoid biosynthesis in Chrysomelina larvae Phaedon cochleariae. 36. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, DE, Oct 2008
27Funke M. Rapid hydrolysis of quorum sensing molecules in the gut of Lepidoterna larvae. 36. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, DE, Oct 2008
28D'Auria J. Acryltransfer in plant secondary metabolism: Biochemical characterization and evolutionary perspectives. Seminar, Institute for Plant Molecular and Cell Biology, University of Strasbourg, Strasbourg, FR, Oct 2008
29Spiteller D. 3-Methylarginine, a toxin from the epiphyte Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae 22d/93. Vereinigung für Allgemeine und Angewandte Mikrobiologie (VAAM) Workshop, VAAM, Berlin, DE, Oct 2008
30Camehl I. Transcription factors in the interaction between A. thaliana and P. indica. XIV. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Sektion der Internationalen Gesellschaft für Endocytobiologie, München, DE, Oct 2008
31Bolibrukh D. HPLC-SPE-NMR-analysis of 3-methoxy-14,17-etheno-16a-nitroestra-1,3,5(10)-trien-17ß-yl acetate solvolysis products. International Conference on LC-NMR and Related Techniques: "Challenges in Biological Systems", MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Sep 2008
32Paetz C. Phenolics of Norway spruce colonized with Heterobasidion annosum. International Conference on LC-NMR and Related Techniques: "Challenges in Biological Systems", MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Sep 2008
33Schneider B. LC-(SPE)-NMR applications in chemical ecology. International Conference on LC-NMR and Related Techniques: "Challenges in Biological Systems", MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Sep 2008
34Boland W. Life Science Meets Physics - Der Beutenberg Campus in Jena. Informationsveranstaltung zur regionalen Zusammenarbeit Thüringen - Franche-Comté, Landesentwicklungsgesellschaft LEG, Besançon, FR, Sep 2008
35Baldwin I.T. Using transgenetic native plants to study ecological interactions. Minisymposium in Plant Biology, Universität Köln, Abteilung für Biologie, Köln, DE, Sep 2008
36Harzsch S. Morphological projects in “Metazoan Deep Phylogeny”. 101. Jahresversammlung der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft, Jena, DE, Sep 2008
37Knaden M. 3D-olfaction in Desert ants Cataglyphis fortis. 101. Jahresversammlung der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft, Jena, DE, Sep 2008
38Rieger V. Architecture of the brain in an ancestral protostome clade, the enigmatic arrow worms (Chaetognatha). 101. Jahresversammlung der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft, Jena, DE, Sep 2008
39Sachse S. In vivo visualization of odor coding and processing in the Drosophila brain. 101. Jahresversammlung der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft, Jena, DE, Sep 2008 (invited)
40Crocoll C. Functional characterization of a cytochrome P450 from Origanum vulgare involved in thymol biosynthesis. 6. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, Jena, DE, Sep 2008
41Köpke D. Molecular characterization of oviposition-induced defenses in pine. 6. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, Jena, DE, Sep 2008
42Schramm K. Detoxification of isothiocyanates in the generalist S. littoralis. 6. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, Jena, DE, Sep 2008
43Baldwin I.T. Insect-Plant Interactions in the Genomic Era: From Fundamental Knowledge to Application in Pest Management. Mini-Symposium on Chemical and Visual Ecology of Arthropods: From Genes to Pest Management, The Rank Prize Funds, Windermere, GB, Sep 2008 (invited)
44Gaquerel E. Nicotiana attenuata a-DOX1 tags Manduca sexta larvae with a signal. Mini-Symposium on Chemical and Visual Ecology of Arthropods: From Genes to Pest Management, The Rank Prize Funds, Windermere, GB, Sep 2008 (invited)
45Harzsch S. Methoden der Neuroanatomie mit Schwerpunkt Immunfluoreszenz und 3 D Rekonstruktion: bieten Nervensysteme Merkmale für phylogenetische Rekonstruktionen? Erstes Graduiertenforum der Fachgruppe Morphologie (DZG), Institut für Spezielle Zoologie & Evolutionsbiologie mit Phyletischem Museum der Friedrich Schiller Universität Jena, Jena, DE, Sep 2008 (invited)
46Svatoš A. Identification of metabolites using high resolution mass spectrometry: opportunities and challenges. Seminar, University of Halle, Halle (Saale), DE, Sep 2008 (invited)
47Boland W. Herbivore-induced volatiles in plant defense: Early and late events in enemy-recognition and response. The 22nd Naito Conference - Chemical Biology (I), Sapporo, JP, Sep 2008 (invited)
48Gershenzon J. Metabolic regulation of essential oil formation in the Lamiaceae. 39th International Symposium on Essential Oils (ISEO 2008), Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Quedlinburg, DE, Sep 2008 (invited)
49Sachse S. Olfactory coding and processing in Drosophila. ECRO 2008, European Chemoreception Research Organisation, Portoroz, SI, Sep 2008 (invited)
50Stensmyr M.C. The fly nose - function and evolution. ECRO 2008, European Chemoreception Research Organisation, Portoroz, SI, Sep 2008
51Wicher D. Function of Drosophila olfactory receptors. ECRO 2008, European Chemoreception Research Organisation, Portoroz, SI, Sep 2008
52Meldau S. Can being unapparent to herbivores diminish for reduced defenses. Plant Interactions with the Environment, Universität Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel, CH, Sep 2008
53Schuman M., Heinzel N., Gaquerel E., Svatoš A., Baldwin I.T. Polymorphism in jasmonate-controlled volatile signaling in Nicotiana attenuata. Plant Interactions with the Environment, Universität Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel, CH, Sep 2008
54Kübler L. Smells like? Mechanisms of odor information processing. 3rd Interdisciplinary Max Planck PhDnet meeting "The art of science and the science of art", Munich, DE, Aug 2008
55Steck K. Desert ants: smells like home. 3rd Interdisciplinary Max Planck PhDnet meeting "The art of science and the science of art", Munich, DE, Aug 2008
56Schneider B. LC-NMR in the stopped-flow mode. Pre-conference workshop, International Conference on LC-NMR and Related Techniques, Jena, DE, Aug 2008
57Boland W. de novo Biosynthesis Versus Sequestration: A Network of Transport Systems Supports Both Modes of Defense in Iridoid-Producing Leaf Beetle Larvae. 24th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, State College, US, Aug 2008 (invited)
58Dabrowska P. Enzyme assisted isomerization of 12-oxophytodienoic acid in the insect gut. 24th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, State College, US, Aug 2008
59Frick S. Identification of Branch Point Enzymes within the Iridoid Biosynthesis in Chrysomelina Larvae Phaedon cochleariae. 24th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, State College, US, Aug 2008
60Garms S. Mechanistic Aspects of a Multiproduct Sesquiterpene Synthase from Medicago truncatula. 24th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, State College, US, Aug 2008
61Hansson B.S. The OR83b Receptor in Drosophila—Molecular Functions. 24th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, State College, US, Aug 2008
62Loxdale H. Tansy aphid population genetics: new insights from microsatellite markers. Royal Entomological Society Special Interest Group Meeting, Scottish Agricultural Science Agency, Edinburgh, GB, Aug 2008 (invited)
63Schachtschabel D. Apocarotenoids—Signaling Compounds of Zygomycetes and Plants? 24th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, State College, US, Aug 2008
64Schramm K. Detoxification of isothiocyanates in the generalist S. littoralis. 24th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, State College, US, Aug 2008
65Svatoš A. From Leaf to Bite: Spatial Distribution Mapping of Allelochemicals in Plants by Using MALDI Mass Spectrometric Imaging. 24th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, State College, US, Aug 2008
66Urru I. Arum pollination - function and evolution. 24th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, State College, US, Aug 2008 (invited)
67Vogel H. Evolutionary Origins and Genetic Basis of a Plant – Insect Coevolutionary Key Innovation. 24th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, State College, US, Aug 2008 (invited)
68Harzsch S. Neurophylogeny - Evolution of invertebrate nervous systems. 1st International Congress on Invertebrate Morphology, ICS, Kopenhagen, DK, Aug 2008 (invited)
69Harzsch S. Architecture of the central olfactory pathway in a terrestrial hermit crab with a superb aerial sense of smell, Coenobita clypeatus (Anomura, Coenobitidae). 1st International Congress on Invertebrate Morphology, ICS, Kopenhagen, DK, Aug 2008
70Müller C. Neurophylogeny of Chaetognatha: can neuroanatomical characters shed light on the phylogenetic position of arrow worms? 1st International Congress on Invertebrate Morphology, ICS, Kopenhagen, DK, Aug 2008
71Schwarzkopf A. Plant amino acid transporters - Gateway for aphid nutrition or plant defence? International Conference "Plant interactions with aphids and other insects with piercing mouthparts", Wageningen, NL, Aug 2008
72Lavista Llanos S. Scent of a Fly – Olfaction in Drosophila. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Departamento de Genética, Laboratory of A. Bernardo Carvalho, Departamento de Genética, Rio de Janeiro, BR, Aug 2008 (invited)
73Lavista Llanos S. Scent of a Fly – Olfaction in Drosophila. Universidade Federal de Viçosa, Departamento de Biologia Animal/Entomologia, Viçosa, BR, Aug 2008 (invited)
74Unsicker S. The effects of an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus on plant chemical defenses of Plantago lanceolata L. 93rd ESA Annual Meeting, ESA, Milwaukee, US, Aug 2008
75Müller C. Comparative ultrastructure and postembryogenic development of myriapod eyes and importance of eye characters for the phylogenetic reconstruction of the Euarthropoda. International Conference on Invertebrate Vision, Bäckaskog Castle, SE, Aug 2008
76Gershenzon J. Biochemistry and evolution of glucosinolate chain elongation. 2nd Banff Conference on Plant Metabolism, Banff Conference Centre, Banff, Alberta, CA, Aug 2008 (invited)
77Davis A. Flower use by Drosophila elegans; puzzling patterns. Institutsseminar, Hokkaido University, Institute for Low Temperature Science, Sapporo, JP, Aug 2008
78Davis A. Flower use by Drosophila elegans; puzzling patterns. Institutsseminar, Okinawa University, Faculty of Life Sciences, Naha City, Okinawa, JP, Aug 2008
79Baldwin I.T. Mosquitos browse on humans and insect graze plants …. Vector Control Consulation, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, US, Jul 2008 (invited)
80Hansson B.S. Drosophila Or83b – receptor or ion channel? International Symposium on Olfaction and Taste - ISOT, San Francisco, US, Jul 2008 (invited)
81Stensmyr M.C. Specialized noses in the arthropod lineage. International Symposium on Olfaction and Taste - ISOT, San Francisco, US, Jul 2008
82Mayer G. Structure and development of the onychophoran nervous system and the evolution of Panarthropoda. 14th International Congress of Myriapodology, Görlitz, DE, Jul 2008 (invited)
83Müller C. Many ways to reach goal – how evolutionary morphology may help to settle phylogenetic controversies about Myriapoda. 14th International Congress of Myriapodology, Görlitz, DE, Jul 2008 (invited)
84Sombke A. Brain structure of Scutigera coleoptrata (Myriapoda: Chilopoda): New insights into the evolution of mandibulate olfactory centers. 14th International Congress of Myriapodology, Görlitz, DE, Jul 2008
85Jochym M. How do odours of predators affect small rodent prey? 4th European Conference on Behavioral Biology ECBB, Dijon, FR, Jul 2008
86Wicher D. Drosophila odorant receptors are both ligand-gated and cyclic-nucleotide-activated cation channels. FENS Forum of European Neuroscience 2008, Geneva, CH, Jul 2008
87Boland W. Herbivore-induced volatiles in plant defense: Early and late events in enemy-recognition and response. Biologisches Kolloquium, Universität Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, DE, Jul 2008 (invited)
88Badenes-Pérez F.R. Diamondback moth choice in glucosinolate-containing plants, hosts and non-hosts. XXIII International Congress of Entomology, Durban, ZA, Jul 2008
89Bisch-Knaden S. Evolution of odour coding in moths. XXIII International Congress of Entomology, Durban, ZA, Jul 2008
90Heidel-Fischer H. Evolutionary origins and local adaptations of a novel host-plant detoxification gene in butterflies. XXIII International Congress of Entomology, Durban, ZA, Jul 2008
91Kaiser T. Low tide is high time! Timing of adult eclosion in Clunio marinus. XXIII International Congress of Entomology, Durban, ZA, Jul 2008
92Knaden M. Desert ants Cataglyphis use olfactory topographical cues to pinpoint their nest entrance. XXIII International Congress of Entomology, Durban, ZA, Jul 2008 (invited)
93Kübler L. Mechanisms of odor information processing: Investigating representations of odor mixtures in the antennal lobe. XXIII International Congress of Entomology, Durban, ZA, Jul 2008
94Schramm K. Detoxification of isothiocyanates in the generalist S. littoralis. XXIII International Congress of Entomology, Durban, ZA, Jul 2008
95Shelton A. Trap cropping in pest management strategies. XXIII International Congress of Entomology, Durban, ZA, Jul 2008
96Vogel H. The genetic basis of a plant-insect coevolutionary key innovation. XXIII International Congress of Entomology, Durban, ZA, Jul 2008 (invited)
97Boland W. Sinne und Kommunikation von Bäumen und Pflanzen. Vortragsreihe Baum-Boden, Arbeitsgemeinschaft Neue Baumpflege e.V., Schlettau, DE, Jul 2008
98Merker H. Oldies but goldies: NAC transcription factors and leucine aminopeptidase in plant defense. Plant Biology 2008 Joint Annual Meeting of the American Society of Plant Biologists and the Sociedad Mexicana de Bioquimica Rama y Biologia Molecular de Plantas, American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB), Mérida, MX, Jul 2008 (invited)
99Boland W. Herbivore-induced early and late responses in Plant-Insect Interactions. CMBI Seminar Series, Universität Innsbruck, Center for Molecular Biosciences Innsbruck, Innsbruck, AT, Jun 2008 (invited)
100Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore; Überleben mit Duft und Nektar. GDCh - Vortrag, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Fachhochschule Recklinghausen, Recklinghausen, DE, Jun 2008 (invited)
101Brand S. Wachendorfia thyrsiflora polyketide synthase 1 in Arabidopsis thaliana. 5th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Freyburg/Unstrut, DE, Jun 2008
102Doubský J. Dihydrocamalexic Acid as an Intermediate in the Last Step of Camalexin Biosynthesis. 5th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Freyburg/Unstrut, DE, Jun 2008
103Dunne T. The Loss of Ammonia From Iminium Ions Derived From Protonated Amino Acids. 5th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Freyburg/Unstrut, DE, Jun 2008
104Jitsaeng K. Phenylphenalenones in Musa acuminata. 5th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Freyburg/Unstrut, DE, Jun 2008
105Muck A. Horse chestnut proteomic: a year after. 5th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Freyburg/Unstrut, DE, Jun 2008
106Munde T. Phenylphenalenone biosynthesis - origin of certain OH-functions of phenylphenalenones in Wachendorfia thyrsiflora. 5th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Freyburg/Unstrut, DE, Jun 2008
107Paetz C. Sandwicine-type alkaloids isolated from Rauvolfia sachetiae Forsberg. 5th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Freyburg/Unstrut, DE, Jun 2008
108Sachse S. Presentation of the Department of Evolutionary Neurobiology. International Workshop on PhD Programs at Addis Abeba University, Addis Abeba, ET, Jun 2008 (invited)
109Schneider B. NMR for enzyme product identification. 5th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Freyburg/Unstrut, DE, Jun 2008
110Shroff R. Imaging Mass Spectrometry: Fundamentals and aplications. 5th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Freyburg/Unstrut, DE, Jun 2008
111Svatoš A. the very high resolution and accuracy sufficient for structural characterization of metabolites? 5th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Freyburg/Unstrut, DE, Jun 2008
112Svobodová J. Monitoring of enzymatic reaction using microfluidic chips coupled with ESI-MS. 5th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Freyburg/Unstrut, DE, Jun 2008
113Tatsis E. Nudicaulins - a group of alkaloids from yellow flower petals of Papaver nudicaule and other Papaver species. 5th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Freyburg/Unstrut, DE, Jun 2008
114Schöne S.E. Horizontal gene transfer in a parasitic system. 5th International Workshop on Insect Transgenisis and Genomics, UC Riverside Extension, Pacific Grove, CA, US, Jun 2008
115Crocoll C. Functional characterization of a cytochrome P450 from Origanum vulgare involved in thymol biosynthesis. 9th International Symposium on Cytochrome P450 Biodiversity and Biotechnology, INRA -CNRS, Université de Nice Sophia Antipolus, Nice, FR, Jun 2008
116Hansson B.S. Arthropod olfaction – Function and evolution. Ecological Colloquium, FSU Jena, Institut für Ökologie, Jena, DE, Jun 2008 (invited)
117Wu J. Genetic modifications of Nicotiana attenuata reveal functions of plant secondary metabolites in resistance to herbivory. 1st International Conference on Plant Secondary Metabolism, Chinese Society for Plant Physiology, Kunming, CN, Jun 2008 (invited)
118Olsson S. Work package for progress today. iCHEM Meeting 2008, Jena, DE, Jun 2008 (invited)
119Boland W. Herbivore-induced early and late responses in Plant-Insect Interactions. 4th International Symposium on Plant Neurobiology, Fukuoka, JP, Jun 2008 (invited)
120Wu J. Herbivory activates MAPK signaling in Nicotiana attenuata. Seminar /Nanjing University, Nanjing University, Department of Molecular Biology, Nanjing, CN, Jun 2008
121 Green gene technology, agriculture, and Solanum nigrum. 4th Beutenberg-Campus-Workshop - Method and Concept Transfer, Beutenberg Campus e.V., Jena, DE, Jun 2008
122Mithöfer A. Herbivory: Do we know what’s going on ? Pan-American Advances Studies Institute (PASI): Chemical Biology of the Tropics, Lima / Tambopata, PE, Jun 2008 (invited)
123Loxdale H. The 'Cake on the plate' syndrome….and how specialist tansy aphids avoid extinction by hungry predators and parasitoids: insights from the use of polymorphic microsatellite markers. IOBC/WPRS Working Group "Landscape management for functional biodiversity" Meeting, International Organization for Biological and Integrated Control of Noxious Animals and Plants, ENITA de Bordeaux, Bordeaux, FR, May 2008 (invited)
124Harzsch S. Architecture of the central complex in Crustacea: Impact for understanding arthropod central complex functions. JFRC conference: Functional Anatomy of the Arthropod Central Complex & Motor System, Janelia Farm Research Campus, US, May 2008 (invited)
125Sachse S. Role of inhibitory responses for olfactory coding and processing in Drosophila. Biozentrumsseminar Würzburg, Universität Würzburg, Biozentrum, Würzburg, DE, May 2008 (invited)
126Hansson B.S. Drosophila olfaction in pollination: function and evolution. Seminar, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, US, May 2008 (invited)
127Baldwin I.T. Using native habitats to understand gene function. Parismåla meeting, SLU Alnarp, Alnarp, SE, Apr 2008 (invited)
128Hansson B.S. Function of smell - from molecule to mind. Parismåla meeting, SLU Alnarp, Alnarp, SE, Apr 2008 (invited)
129Heckel D.G. Genetics of complex adaptions in the Lepidoptera. Parismåla meeting, SLU Alnarp, Alnarp, SE, Apr 2008 (invited)
130Gershenzon J. Plant defense and insect counter-adaptations in the Brassicaceae. Seminar, Swedish Agricultural University, Alnarp, SE, Apr 2008 (invited)
131Ghaninia M. Comparative study of odor coding by olfactory receptor neurons of Anopheles species complex. IC-E3 workshop, SLU Alnarp, Häckeberga, SE, Apr 2008 (invited)
132Harzsch S. Comparative structure of the olfactory systems in terestrial arthropods. IC-E3 workshop, SLU Alnarp, Häckeberga, SE, Apr 2008 (invited)
133Knaden M. Smell GPS - Olfactory landmarks in desert ants. IC-E3 workshop, SLU Alnarp, Häckeberga, SE, Apr 2008
134Reinecke A. Odour mediated orientation. Seminar, Area de Conservación de Guanacaste, Guanacaste, CR, Apr 2008
135Sachse S. Neural circuits underlying olfactory coding and processing. IC-E3 workshop, SLU Alnarp, Häckeberga, SE, Apr 2008 (invited)
136Stensmyr M.C. Specialized noses for specialized lifestyles. IC-E3 workshop, SLU Alnarp, Häckeberga, SE, Apr 2008 (invited)
137Wicher D. Drosophila odorant receptors form ion channels. IC-E3 workshop, SLU Alnarp, Häckeberga, SE, Apr 2008 (invited)
138Vogel H. Large-scale transcriptional responses of insects to plant feeding and plant-derived toxins. International Symposium on Insect Midgut Biology, South China Normal University, Guangzhou, CN, Apr 2008
139Hansson B.S. Olfaction - Biocommunication. Seminar, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, DE, Apr 2008 (invited)
140Garms S. Mechanistic aspects of a multiproduct sesquiterpene synthase from Medicago truncatula. 35. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Jena, DE, Apr 2008
141Spiteller D. Chemische Kriegsführung eines epiphytischen Pseudomonaden gegen den Pflanzenpathogen Pseudomonas syringae pv. Glycinea. 35. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Jena, DE, Apr 2008
142Mithöfer A. Signals, signalling and induced defences in plant-herbivore interactions. Seminar, Botanisches Institut der Universität Basel, Basel, CH, Apr 2008 (invited)
143Knaden M. Smell GPS - Olfactory landmarks in Desert ants' orientation. Royal Entomological Society Conference, Royal Entomological Society at Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, GB, Apr 2008
144Hansson B.S. Drosophila Olfactory Receptors. iCHEM Meeting 2008, Enschede, NL, Mar 2008 (invited)
145Olsson S. Max Planck ICE Progress to Date. iCHEM Meeting 2008, Enschede, NL, Mar 2008 (invited)
146Olsson S. Ratiometric Processing in the Primary Neuropil of the Insect Brain. iCHEM Meeting 2008, Enschede, NL, Mar 2008 (invited)
147Spiteller D. Chemie der Interaktionen von Mikroorganismen mit ihrer Umwelt. Emmy-Noether-Treffen, Berlin, DE, Mar 2008 (invited)
148Svatoš A. Modern mass spectrometry methods in chemical ecology: from small molecules to proteins. Seminar, University of South Bohemia, Ceske Budejovice, CZ, Mar 2008 (invited)
149Shroff R. Negative ion MALDI imaging for phyto-metabolomics - from pretty pictures to ecological conclusions. 41. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Massenspektrometrie, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Massenspektrometrie (DGMS), Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen, Gießen, DE, Mar 2008
150Bonaventure G. Fatty acid-amino acid conjugates as elicitors of herbivore-specific responses: the case of Nicotiana attenuata. Plant Signalling: Opportunities for Non-Cidal Pest Control, Society of Chemical Industry, London, GB, Mar 2008 (invited)
151Boland W. Kommunikation von Bäumen. 18. Baum- und Bodenseminar18. Baum- und Bodenseminar, Stadt Jena, Umwelt- und Naturschutzamt, Jena, DE, Feb 2008 (invited)
152Dabrowska P. Enzyme assisted isomerization of 12-oxophytodienoic acid in the insect gut and its significance for the herbivore. 20. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA, Irsee, DE, Feb 2008
153Gershenzon J. The evolution of glucosinolate chain elongation. 20. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA, Irsee, DE, Feb 2008 (invited)
154Baldwin I.T. Using transformed plants to study ecological interactions in the real world. Institute Seminar, Universität Bern, Department of Plant Biology, Bern, DE, Feb 2008 (invited)
155Loxdale H. The strange life, times and population genetics of tansy aphids. Biodiversity and Ecological Processes Seminar Series, University of Cardiff, Cardiff, GB, Feb 2008 (invited)
156Hansson B.S. Drosophila Olfactory Receptors. Semio-08 Conference, Arusha, TZ, Feb 2008 (invited)
157Svatoš A. MALDI-TOF/MS imaging of secondary metabolites in plants and insects. Seminar, University of Münster, Münster, DE, Feb 2008 (invited)
158Gershenzon J. Plant defense and insect counter-adaptations in the mustard family: A spicy tale. NCCR Plant Survival International Conference, Neuchatel, CH, Feb 2008 (invited)
159Camehl I. Basic HLH transcription factors in P. indica and A. thaliana interactions. Plant Physiology Symposium, Jena, DE, Feb 2008
160Evertz K. Transcriptional responses of Lymantria dispar and L. monacha to feeding on different hostplant. Evoltree annual meeting, Mandelieu, FR, Feb 2008
161Baldwin I.T. Using transformed plants to study ecological interactions. Institute Seminar, ECROPS Erlangen Center of Plant Science, Erlangen, DE, Jan 2008 (invited)
162Hansson B.S. Insect Chemical Ecology, Ethology and Evolution. Meeting of the Royal Academy of Science of Agriculture and Forestry, Stockholm, SE, Jan 2008 (invited)
163Baldwin I.T. Lytle Preserve Ranch- -a natural laboratory to study gene function. Institute Seminar, Brigham Young University, Provo, US, Jan 2008 (invited)
164Baldwin I.T. Using native habitats to understand gene function. Institute Seminar, Carnegie Institution at Standford University, San Francisco, US, Jan 2008 (invited)
165Baldwin I.T. How undergraduates can revolutionize the study of biology. Institute Seminar, Pomona College, Claremont, US, Jan 2008 (invited)
166Spiteller D. Chemische Einblicke in die Welt der Mikroorganismen. GDCh Jahrestagung Chemie 2008, Combo61 Combo65 cmbSite Combo59 co_valfrom co_valto cmbCity cmbCoubtry Check55 Check57 Text71 co_note ev_ID ev_update_date ev_update_user cmbReport Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker, Jena, DE, Jan 2008 (invited)
2007
1Baldwin I.T. Plant genes that matter in the real world. Biochemisches Colloquium des Göttinger Zentrums für Molekulare Biowissenschaften, Göttinger Zentrum für Molekulare Biowissenschaften, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Göttingen, DE, Dec 2007 (invited)
2Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore: Überleben mit Duft und Nektar. 20. Stöckhardt-Kolloquium "Lebensmittel- und Agrarchemie", Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Institut für Chemie der TU Chemnitz, Chemnitz, DE, Dec 2007
3Gershenzon J. Life with spice: Insect counter-adaptations to glucosinolates. Institutsseminar, Freie Universität Berlin, Institut für Angewandte Zoologie und Ökologie der Tiere, Berlin, DE, Dec 2007 (invited)
4Steck K. Olfactory topographic representation in insect orientation. 1st Annual Meeting of ICE3-MPICE, Jena, DE, Dec 2007
5Loxdale H. The strange life, times and population genetics of specialist cyclical parthenogens (tansy aphids). Genetics Seminar, Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research, Gatersleben, DE, Dec 2007 (invited)
6Olsson S. Unraveling the Neural Network. iCHEM Meeting 2007, Leicester, GB, Dec 2007 (invited)
7Hölscher D. Development of strategies and methods to control the impact of one of the manifest pathogens R. similis, C. sordidus and M. fijiensis on one of the most important human food resources - the banana. Uni Kassel, Department of Agricultural Sciences, Kassel, DE, Dec 2007 (invited)
8Hansson B.S. Fruitfly olfaction - function and evolution. Symposium of the Biology and Medicine Section in the MPG 2007, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Berlin, DE, Nov 2007 (invited)
9Heckel D.G. Genetic approaches to studying insect-plant interactions. Symposium of the Biology and Medicine Section in the MPG 2007, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Berlin, DE, Nov 2007 (invited)
10Harzsch S. Neurophylogeny: analyzing nervous systems against an evolutionary background. Konferenz der EU-Netzwerke MOLMORPH und ZOONET, Barcelona, ES, Nov 2007 (invited)
11Rieger V. Developmental neurobiology of Chaetognatha - Impact for their phylogenetic position and the evolution of the bilaterian nervous system. Konferenz der EU-Netzwerke MOLMORPH und ZOONET, Barcelona, ES, Nov 2007 (invited)
12Sintoni S. Brain development in the Marbled crayfish: comparison to insects. Konferenz der EU-Netzwerke MOLMORPH und ZOONET, Barcelona, ES, Nov 2007 (invited)
13Sombke A. Olfactory pathways in Myriapoda. Konferenz der EU-Netzwerke MOLMORPH und ZOONET, Barcelona, ES, Nov 2007 (invited)
14Dimkpa C. Microbial Siderophores: Promoting Plant Growth by Biofertilization and Bioremediation. International Seminar on Food Security, Biomass Energy and Bioremediation, Göttingen, DE, Nov 2007
15Schmidt A. Induction of secondary metabolites in plants - Regulation of terpene biosynthesis in conifers. Institutsseminar, Leibnitz-Institut of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops, Grossbeeren, DE, Nov 2007 (invited)
16Sombke A. Olfactory pathways in Drosophila sp. and Scutigera coleoptrata. Seminar, Universität Rostock, Institut für Biowissenschaften, Allgemeine & Spezielle Zoologie, Rostock, DE, Nov 2007 (invited)
17Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore: Überleben mit Duft und Nektar. Vortragsreihe Organische Chemie, TU Dortmund, Fakultät Chemie, Dortmund, DE, Nov 2007
18Stensmyr M.C. Specialized habitats - Specialized noses. Seminar series MPI for Ornithology, Seewiesen, MPI for Ornithology, Seewiesen, DE, Nov 2007 (invited)
19Baldwin I.T. Asking the plant about what's important in plant-herbivore interactions. Departmental Seminar, Cambridge University, Department of Plant Sciences, Cambridge, GB, Nov 2007
20Papanicolaou A. The wide utility of Lepidopteran genomic resources. Seminar, University of California, Department of Genetics, San Diego, Ca, US, Nov 2007 (invited)
21Baldwin I.T. Using 'deaf' and 'mute' plants to study ecological interactions mediated by leaf volatiles. Gordon Research Conference - Floral & Vegetative Volatiles, Les Diablerets, CH, Oct 2007
22Frick S. Implication of HMGR in homoeostasis of sequestered and de novo produced precursors of the iridoid biosynthesis in leaf beetle larvae. 34. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2007
23Gershenzon J. Exploring new roles for plant sesquiterpene volatiles in ecological interactions, stress physiology, and internal signaling. Gordon Research Conference - Floral & Vegetative Volatiles, Les Diablerets, CH, Oct 2007 (invited)
24Stensmyr M.C. A rotten scam - Pollination in the dead horse arum. Gordon Research Conference - Floral & Vegetative Volatiles, Les Diablerets, CH, Oct 2007 (invited)
25Baldwin I.T. The Many Flavors of Function; Understanding the Function of Plant Genes in a Real-World Context. Korean Max Planck Symposium on Biosciences and Materials Science, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Seoul, KR, Oct 2007 (invited)
26Groot A.T. Evolution of premating signals in moths. Kansas State University, Kansas City, US, Oct 2007 (invited)
27Heckel D.G. Evolution will find a way: Insecticide, bacterial and viral resistance in insects. University of Arizona, Center for Insect Science, Tucson, AZ, US, Oct 2007 (invited)
28Heckel D.G. Insect-plant interactions: Recent insights from chemical ecology. University of Arizona, Center for Insect Science, Tucson, AZ, US, Oct 2007 (invited)
29Heckel D.G. Genetics of insect resistance to bacterial and viral insecticides. University of Arizona, Center for Insect Science, Tucson, AZ, US, Oct 2007 (invited)
30Kost C. Replaying life's tape - Repeated re-evolution of a complex phenotype in Pseudomonas fluorescens. Jena Centre for Bioinformatics JCB, Jena, DE, Oct 2007
31Sachse S. Role of neural circuits in odor coding and processing in Drosophila. Symposium "Information Processing in the Olfactory system", DFG research group 643, Heidelberg, DE, Sep 2007 (invited)
32Schneider B. Cell type-specific metabolite profiling using laser microdissection and NMR spectroscopy. 29th Annual Discussion Meeting "Magnetic Resonance in Biophysical Chemistry", Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Universität Göttingen, Göttingen, DE, Sep 2007 (invited)
33Ahn S.J. More than a spice: The effects of capsaicin from hot pepper on insect development. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Sep 2007
34Fontana A. The role of maize sesquiterpene volatiles in defense against herbivores and pathogenes. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Sep 2007
35Kigathi R. Why are there so few aphids? IMPRS Evaluation Symposium, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Sep 2007
36Schachtschabel D. Apocarotenoids - signalling compounds in fungi. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Sep 2007
37Schwachtje J. Plant tolerance against herbivory. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Sep 2007
38Vadassery J. Cytosolic calcium elevations by Piriformospora indica derived factors. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Sep 2007
39Mayer G. Immunolocalization of serotonin in Metaperipatus blainvillei (Onychophora, Peripatopsidae) reveals an ancestral orthogonal architecture in the velvet worm nervous system. 100. Jahresversammlung der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft, Deutsche Zoologische Gesellschaft, Köln, DE, Sep 2007
40Müller C. Mavericks within the animal kingdom? Development and architecture of the nervous system provide new insights into phylogenetic affinities of Chaetognatha (arrow worms). 100. Jahresversammlung der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft, Deutsche Zoologische Gesellschaft, Köln, DE, Sep 2007
41Knaden M. Do ants use olfactory landmarks? 10th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Roscoff, FR, Sep 2007
42Sachse S. Role of neural circuits in odor coding and processing in Drosophila. 10th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Roscoff, FR, Sep 2007
43Urru I. Evolution of complex pollination systems. 10th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Roscoff, FR, Sep 2007 (invited)
44Wicher D. Activity regulation in hunger and satiety: how adipokinetic hormones and perisulfakinin modulate neuronal activity. 10th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (ESITO), Roscoff, FR, Sep 2007 (invited)
45Burse A. Implication of glucose transporters in the sequestration of plant derived metabolites by leaf beetle larvae GBM. Herbsttagung der Gesellschaft für Biochemie und Molekularbiologie, Hamburg, DE, Sep 2007
46Fischer T. The biology of Spirematospermum - an archaic and enigmatic Zingiberales. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Freiberg, DE, Sep 2007
47Loxdale H. Here today, gone tomorrow: the strange life, times and population genetics of specialist tansy aphids. JEN-A-MACE International Workshop, Jena, DE, Sep 2007 (invited)
48Baldwin I.T. Understanding the function of secondary metabolites with transgenic plants. XI Congresso Brasileiro de Fisiologia Vegetal, Brazilian Society of Plant Physiology, Gramado, BR, Sep 2007 (invited)
49Baldwin I.T. Research opportunities and international cooperation in Germany. XI Congresso Brasileiro de Fisiologia Vegetal, Brazilian Society of Plant Physiology, Gramado, BR, Sep 2007 (invited)
50Steck K. Do ants use olfactory landmarks? Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Marburg, DE, Sep 2007
51Degenhardt J. The origin of terpene diversity. International Symposium on Essential Oils, Graz, AT, Sep 2007 (invited)
52Vogel H. Detoxification and secondary metabolite genes in algae and land plants. Same or different? ESTTAL Meeting, Expressed Sequence Tag (EST) Analysis of Toxic Algae, Jena, DE, Sep 2007
53Olsson S. Ratiometric coding in the Insect Olfactory System. iCHEM Meeting 2007, Warwick, GB, Sep 2007 (invited)
54Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore: Überleben mit Duft und Nektar. Botanikertagung 2007, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Universität Hamburg, Biozentrum Klein Flottbek und Botanischer Garten, Hamburg, DE, Sep 2007 (invited)
55Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore: Überleben mit Duft und Nektar. Botanikertagung 2007, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Universität Hamburg, Biozentrum Klein Flottbek und Botanischer Garten, Hamburg, DE, Sep 2007 (invited)
56Brand S. What Ginger and Banana have in common - The Biosynthesis of Diarylheptanoids. Botanikertagung 2007, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Universität Hamburg, Biozentrum Klein Flottbek und Botanischer Garten, Hamburg, DE, Sep 2007
57Maischak H. Signals in plant herbivore interactions: A role for channel-forming compounds from oral secretions of insects. Botanikertagung 2007, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Universität Hamburg, Biozentrum Klein Flottbek und Botanischer Garten, Hamburg, DE, Sep 2007
58Mithöfer A. Jasmonates as inducers of Calcium signals in the nucleus and cytosol of plant cells. Botanikertagung 2007, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Universität Hamburg, Biozentrum Klein Flottbek und Botanischer Garten, Hamburg, DE, Sep 2007
59Baldwin I.T. Secondary metabolites from a plant's perspective: the myriad of reasons why plant's make drugs. Linnaeus Symposium: Remedies from Animals and Plants at the Royal Academy of Sciences, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm, SE, Sep 2007 (invited)
60Knaden M. Cataglyphis, quo vadis? Path integration versus landmark orientation in desert ants. Seminar University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, US, Sep 2007 (invited)
61Bolibrukh D. 14-Substituted Steroids as Novel Haptens and Physiologically Active Substances. 4th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Eisenach, DE, Sep 2007
62Brand S. Do Phenyllactates Play a Role in the Biosynthesis of Phenylphenalenones? 4th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Eisenach, DE, Sep 2007
63Daolio C. Identification of Plant Secondary Metabolites Involved in Root Exudation by HPLC-SPE-NMR. 4th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Eisenach, DE, Sep 2007
64Hölscher D. Fossils, laser microdissection, phenylphenalenones, snails and beetles - a short overview. 4th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Eisenach, DE, Sep 2007
65Jitsaeng K. Phenylphenalenones in Musa acuminata's defense. 4th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Eisenach, DE, Sep 2007
66Muck A. Horse Chestnut Proteomics-Basic Topography and Differential Expression. 4th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Eisenach, DE, Sep 2007
67Munde T. Phenylphenalenone Biosynthesis – the Origin of the OH-Functions. 4th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Eisenach, DE, Sep 2007
68Schneider B. NMR Analysis of Floral Nectar. 4th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Eisenach, DE, Sep 2007
69Svatoš A. New technology at MS group. 4th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Eisenach, DE, Sep 2007
70Wenzler M. Metabonomics - Applied to Nicotiana attenuata. 4th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Eisenach, DE, Sep 2007
71Allmann S. What is a plant paying attention to? The impact of above- and belowground VOC‘s on a neighbouring plant. International Summerschool - Environmental signaling: Arabidopsis as a model, Utrecht University, Faculty of Biology, Phytopathology, Utrecht, NL, Aug 2007
72Gershenzon J. Secondary metabolism in Arabidopsis: To signal and to be signaled. International Summerschool - Environmental signaling: Arabidopsis as a model, Utrecht University, Faculty of Biology, Phytopathology, Utrecht, NL, Aug 2007 (invited)
73Kant M. Intraspecific variation in Tetranychus urticae determines the mode and action of induced tomato defenses. Symposia of the 12th International Congress of Acarology, Amsterdam, NL, Aug 2007 (invited)
74Boland W. Volatiles: Language and defense of attacked plants. 7th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Salvador de Bahia, BR, Aug 2007 (invited)
75Pauchet Y. Establishment of a proteomic approach to study brush border membrane proteins in Lepidopteran larvae. 40th Annual Meeting of the Society for Invertebrate Pathology, Society for Invertebrate Pathology, Québec City, CA, Aug 2007
76Heidel-Fischer H. Molecular evolution of an ecologically important gene in the butterfly familie Pieridae. 13th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships, Uppsala, SE, Aug 2007
77Schmidt S. Systemin in Solanum nigrum: Safeguard after herbivory. 13th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships, Uppsala, SE, Aug 2007
78Vogel H. Large-scale transcriptional responses of insects to plant-derived toxins. 13th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships, Uppsala, SE, Aug 2007
79Arimura G.i. Nocturnal herbivore damage: jasmonate signaling, gene regulation and light-dependent ocimeme emission. 23rd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Jul 2007
80De Kraker J.W. From primary to secondary metabolism: amino acid to glucosinolate biosynthesis. 23rd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Jul 2007
81Groot A.T. Geographic and temporal variation in premating cues of two noctuid moths. 23rd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Jul 2007
82Hansson B.S. Strain-specific pheromone processing in the European corn borer antennal lobe. 23rd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Jul 2007 (invited)
83Leitner M. How to get a grip on volatile data: finding patterns in volatile blends. 23rd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Jul 2007
84Steppuhn A. Defensive synergism – Nicotine prevents herbivores from compensating for plant protease inhibitors. 23rd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Jul 2007
85Svatoš A. MALDI-TOF MS imaging of semiochemicals in plant and insect tissues. 23rd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Jul 2007 (invited)
86Vogel H. Transcriptional responses of Helicoverpa armigera, a generalist herbivore, to environmental, chemical and plant-induced stress. 23rd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Jul 2007 (invited)
87Mathur S. Probing Noncovalent Interactions using ESI-MS: Quantitation, Cross-Validation and Miniaturization. Colloquium, Technische Universität Berlin, Institut für Chemie, Berlin, DE, Jul 2007
88Sintoni S. Development and proneuronal gene expression in the crayfish brain: comparative aspects of neurogenesis in Crustacea. Seminar Wellesley College, Wellesley College, Wellesley, US, Jul 2007 (invited)
89Heckel D.G. Frontiers in the Chemical Ecology of Insect-Plant Interactions. Scientific Meeting of the Heads of Max Planck Partner Groups in India, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, IN, Jul 2007 (invited)
90Heckel D.G. The Diversity of Bt resistance genes in Lepidoptera. Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth Agricultural University, Rahuri, IN, Jul 2007 (invited)
91Schleicher J. Exploring plant interactions by spatial point pattern analysis. Colloquium, FSU Jena, Jena, DE, Jul 2007
92Heckel D.G. The Diversity of Bt resistance genes in Lepidoptera. Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Dehli, IN, Jul 2007 (invited)
93Davis A. Biodiversity of drosophilids and other organisms in the western Pacific and Asia. Seminar, Academica Sinica Taipei, Research Center for Biodiversity, Taipei, TW, Jul 2007
94Heckel D.G. The Diversity of Bt resistance genes in Lepidoptera. Central Institute for Cotton Research, Nagpur, IN, Jul 2007 (invited)
95Daolio C. Identification and characterization of Alternaria mycotoxins using HPLC-SPE-NMR. EUROMAR Magnetic Resonance Conference, Tarragona, ES, Jul 2007
96Davis A. Biodiversity network analysis of patterns of drosophilid diversity in SE Asia and the western Pacific. Seminar, University of the Ryukus, Okinawa, JP, Jul 2007
97Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore. BeutenbergCampus Presentations, BeutenbergCampus, Jena, DE, Jul 2007
98Schuman M. Die (nicht sehr?) geheime Sprache der Pflanzen. Schulvortrag anlässlich MPG Hauptversammlung, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Kiel, DE, Jun 2007
99Köpke D. Pine response after insect attack: Molecular investigations of terpene synthases. Institutsseminar, Freie Universität Berlin, Institut für Biologie/ Angewandte Zoologie/ Ökologie der Tiere, Berlin, DE, Jun 2007
100Davis A. Biodiversity network analysis of patterns of drosophilid diversity in SE Asia and the western Pacific. Seminar, Hokkaido University, Graduate School of Environmental Earth Science, Sapporo, JP, Jun 2007
101Schramm K. Faking the glucosinolate-myrosinase system for insect feeding tests. Doktorandenkolloquium Pharmazie, Technical University of Braunschweig, Braunschweig, DE, Jun 2007
102Ibáñez A. Plastic MALDI chips (pMALDI): enhancing protein analysis using high-density polymer microarrays in combination with MALDI-TOF/MS. 2nd Beutenberg-Campus-Workshop, Beutenberg Campus e.V., Jena, DE, Jun 2007
103Boland W. Pflanze – Schädling - Nützling: Überleben mit Duft und Nektar. Nordrhein-Westfälische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Düsseldorf, DE, Jun 2007 (invited)
104Davis A. Biodiversity network analysis of patterns of drosophilid diversity in SE Asia and the western Pacific. Seminar, Kyoto University, Center for Ecological Research, Seta, JP, Jun 2007
105Davis A. Components influencing patterns of drosophilid diversity: evidence from Drosophila elegans distribution. 21st Pacific Science Congress, Naha City, Okinawa, JP, Jun 2007
106Schneider B. Progress in understanding PP cells of Norway spruce and the role of DXS genes in terpenoid metabolism. Conifer Forest Health 2007 International Workshop, Vancouver, CA, Jun 2007 (invited)
107Svatoš A. Advances in metabolic analyzes of plants using new mass spectrometry technologies. SFB 648 Seminarreihe, Uni Halle, SFB 648 "Molekulare Mechanismen der Informationsverarbeitung in Pflanzen", Halle (Saale), DE, Jun 2007
108Benderoth M. Biochemical Characterization of MAM Synthases in Arabidopsis and Friends. 3rd Plant Science Students Conference PSSC, Halle (Saale), DE, Jun 2007
109Fenning T. Why forests need us, and more importantly, why we need them. IUFRO Tree Biotechnology Conference, Ponta Delgada, Azores, PT, Jun 2007
110Hamilton N. Understanding Apomixis in Hypericum perforatum L. 3rd Plant Science Students Conference PSSC, Halle (Saale), DE, Jun 2007
111Paschold A. CO(I)-ordnation of jasmonate biosynthesis and local defense responses to herbivory in Nicotiana attenuata. 3rd Plant Science Students Conference PSSC, Halle (Saale), DE, Jun 2007
112Gaquerel E. Oxylipin metabolism during stress; The role of the a-dioxygenase pathway in lower and higher plants. Lipid Metabolism Meeting, University of Paris VI (Pierre et Marie Curie), Station Biologique de Roscoff, Paris, FR, Jun 2007
113Schneider B. Analytical approaches to identify phenolic metabolites from woody plants. CONDEF (Conifer Defence Project) Workshop 2007, Vang, NO, May 2007
114Maischak H. Ion channel-forming compounds in caterpillar regurgitate: A way to manipulate the plant plasma membrane potential during herbivory? 3rd International Symposium on Plant Neurobiology, Strbske Pleso, SK, May 2007
115Mithöfer A. Jasmonates as inducers of Ca2+ signals in the nucleus and the cytosol of plant cells. 3rd International Symposium on Plant Neurobiology, Strbske Pleso, SK, May 2007
116Schöne S.E. Horizontal gene transfer in a parasitic system? U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Research Service, Gainesville, FL, US, May 2007 (invited)
117Leitner M. The impact of microbial oligosaccharides on Medicago truncatula: Differential induction of volatile emission and components of signal transduction. Joint International Workshop on: PR-proteins and induced resistance against pathogens and insects, Wageningen University, Entomology, Doorn, NL, May 2007
118von Dahl C.C. Tuning the defence response with VOCs: methanol and ethylene in plant-insect interactions. Joint International Workshop on: PR-proteins and induced resistance against pathogens and insects, Wageningen University, Entomology, Doorn, NL, May 2007 (invited)
119De Kraker J.W. From primary to secondary metabolism: amino acid to glucosinolate biosynthesis. Seminar, Plant Research International, Wageningen, NL, May 2007
120Harzsch S. Neurophylogenie: Architektur des Nervensystems und Stammesgeschichte der Arthropoda. Symposium "Entwicklung und Plastizität des Arthropodengehirns", Uni Marburg, Marburg, DE, May 2007 (invited)
121Baldwin I.T. Chemical Ecology is Functional Biology. Symposium in Honor of Jerrold Meinwald in Celebration of his 80th Birthday, Cornell University, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Ithaca, NY, US, May 2007 (invited)
122Degenhardt J. A Maize (E)-ß-Caryophyllene Synthase Attracts Herbivore Enemies Towards Different Herbivores above and below Ground. TERPNET 2007 - 8th international meeting on biosynthesis and function of isoprenoids in plants, microorganisms and parasites, Strasbourg, FR, May 2007 (invited)
123Gershenzon J. The role of plant sesquiterpenes in resistance to oxidative stress. TERPNET 2007 - 8th international meeting on biosynthesis and function of isoprenoids in plants, microorganisms and parasites, Strasbourg, FR, May 2007 (invited)
124Phillips M. The Arabidopsis thaliana type 1 IPP isomerases IDI 1 and IDI 2 are targeted to different organellar compartments. TERPNET 2007 - 8th international meeting on biosynthesis and function of isoprenoids in plants, microorganisms and parasites, Strasbourg, FR, May 2007
125Schramm K. Detoxification of the glucosinolate-myrosinase system in the guts of generalist insects. Institutsseminar, Technical University of Braunschweig, Institut für Pharmazeutische Biologie, Braunschweig, DE, May 2007
126Boland W. Überleben mit Duft: Pflanzen contra Herbivore. GDCh lecture, Uni Darmstadt, Darmstadt, DE, May 2007 (invited)
127Freitak D. Immune system responses and fitness costs associated with consumption of bacteria in larvae of Trichoplusia ni. Seminar, Department of Zoology, Stockholm University, Stockholm, SE, May 2007 (invited)
128Heckel D.G. Genetic approaches to studying insect-plant interactions. University of Melbourne, Department of Genetics, Melbourne, AU, May 2007 (invited)
129Kroymann J. Quantitative Analysis of Complex Traits – How Complex are 'Complex Traits’? Université Paris-Sud, Paris, FR, May 2007
130Schuman M. Studium im Ausland. Girls' Day, MPICE, Jena, DE, Apr 2007
131Kaiser T. Low tide is high time! Eclosion rhythms in Clunio marinus. Kolloquium, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Biologisch-Pharmazeutische Fakultät, Institut für Ökologie, Jena, DE, Apr 2007 (invited)
132Hansson B.S. Sex, Flies and Robots. International Science Festival, Göteborg, SE, Apr 2007 (invited)
133Hansson B.S. The Sense of Smell. International Science Festival, Göteborg, SE, Apr 2007 (invited)
134Maischak H. Signals in plant herbivore interactions: A role for channel-forming compounds from oral secretions of insects. 33. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Universität Leipzig, Leipzig, DE, Apr 2007
135Tolzin-Banasch K. Chemical defense in the leaf beetle Chrysomela lapponica – a unique biosynthetic pathway. 33. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Universität Leipzig, Leipzig, DE, Apr 2007
136Heckel D.G. Genetic and genomic approaches to understanding mechanisms of resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis toxins. Resistance 2007, Rothamsted Research Limited, Harpenden, GB, Apr 2007 (invited)
137Wu J. Communication between plants: induced resistance in wild tobacco plants following of neighbouring sagebrush is mediated by NaMJE. ViBi-Meeting at GSF-Biochemical Plant Pathology 2007, Virtuelles Institut für Biotische Interaktionen, Neuherberg, DE, Apr 2007
138Boland W. Überleben mit Duft: Pflanzen contra Herbivore. Bundesanstalt für Züchtungsforschung, Quedlinburg, DE, Apr 2007 (invited)
139Gershenzon J. Plant defense and insect counter-defense in the Brassicaceae: The chemical ecology of glucosinolate hydrolysis. Seminar, University of California, Davis, Davis, CA, US, Apr 2007 (invited)
140Dabrowska P. Enzyme assisted isomerization of 12-oxophytodienoic acid in the insect's gut and its significance for the herbivore. 3rd European Symposium on Plant Lipids, European Federation for the Science and Technology of Lipids, York, GB, Apr 2007
141Sachse S. Carbon dioxide mediates specific synaptic and behavioral adaptation in Drosophila. 7th Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society, Göttingen, DE, Apr 2007 (invited)
142Boland W. Induktion pflanzlicher Abwehr durch Herbivore. Seminar für Lehrerfortbildung, Gera, DE, Apr 2007 (invited)
143Kroymann J. Evolutionary Dynamics of Plant-Insect Interactions. Université Paris-Sud, Paris, FR, Apr 2007
144Dimkpa C. Siderophores Alleviate Heavy Metal-induced Inhibition of Auxin Synthesis in Streptomyces and Enhance Plant Growth in Soil Contaminated with Heavy Metals. Combined Graduate College Seminar of the Microbial Phytopathology Group/Fungal Reference Centre, FSU Jena, and the Institute for Plant Breeding and Plant Protection, Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, Siegmundsburg, DE, Mar 2007
145von Dahl C.C. Herbivore-induced emission of small-molecular-mass compounds: waste product, artifact, or active signal? EPS workshop "Ecology and Experimental Plant Sciences: From Molecules to Multitrophic Interactions", University of Wageningen, Wageningen, NL, Mar 2007 (invited)
146Hansson B.S. Olfactory Evolution in Arthropods. Seminar series MPI for Ornithology, Seewiesen, MPI for Ornithology, Seewiesen, DE, Mar 2007 (invited)
147Mithöfer A. Duft: Die Sprache der Pflanzen ? Schülervortrag Internatsschule Schulpforta, Schulpforta, DE, Mar 2007
148Spiteller D. Nachweis von Zwischenstufen der Polyketidbiosynthese. Chemiedozententagung, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Halle (Saale), DE, Mar 2007 (invited)
149Gershenzon J. Sesquiterpenes: short range signals in plant and insect defense. Gordon Research Conference - Biogenic Hydrocarbons & the Atmosphere, Ventura, CA, US, Mar 2007 (invited)
150Köllner T. Sesquiterpene hydrocarbons: short range signals in plant defense. Gordon Research Conference - Biogenic Hydrocarbons & the Atmosphere, Ventura, CA, US, Mar 2007 (invited)
151Steppuhn A. Freunde und Feinde des Wüstentabaks Nicotiana attenuata. 10. Treffen der Arbeitsgruppe "Biologischer Pflanzenschutz", Verband Botanischer Gärten, Westphälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Botanischer Garten, Münster, DE, Mar 2007 (invited)
152Fenning T. Global climate change and the need for forest biotechnology - speed only matters if you are on the right road. Seminar, Scion Research, Rotorua, NZ, Mar 2007
153Fenning T. The use of molecular methods to understand the pest and disease responses of trees with the European field elm and Norway spruce as examples. Seminar, Scion Research, Rotorua, NZ, Mar 2007
154Reinecke A. Olfaktorische sexuelle Kommunikation bei Feld- und Waldmaikäfern (Melolontha melolontha L. und M. hippocastani Fabr.). Entomologentagung 2007, Universität Innsbruck, Institut für Ökologie, Innsbruck, AT, Mar 2007
155Unsicker S. Effects of plant species diversity on the fitness of the generalist grasshopper Chorthippus parallelus (Orthoptera, Acrididae) in montane Central European grasslands. Entomologentagung 2007, Universität Innsbruck, Institut für Ökologie, Innsbruck, AT, Mar 2007
156Fenning T. Global climate change and the need for forest biotechnology - speed only matters if you are on the right road. 17th Meeting of the NZ Branch of the International Association of Plant Tissue Culture & Biotechnology, Rotorua, NZ, Feb 2007 (invited)
157Fenning T. The use of molecular methods to understand the pest and disease responses of trees. 17th Meeting of the NZ Branch of the International Association of Plant Tissue Culture & Biotechnology, Rotorua, NZ, Feb 2007 (invited)
158Hansson B.S. Artropod olfactory evolution. ICIPE Vorlesung, International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE), Nairobi, KE, Feb 2007 (invited)
159Baldwin I.T. Genetic manipulations of plant-herbivore interactions. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Herbivore Interactions, Ventura, US, Feb 2007 (invited)
160Schachtschabel D. Apocarotenoids - signalling compounds of Zygomycetes and plants? 19. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA, Irsee, DE, Feb 2007
161Camehl I. Interaction between Piriformospora indica and Arabidopsis thaliana - The role of transcription factors. Treffen der Südostdeutschen Pflanzenphysiologen, Leipzig, DE, Feb 2007
162Vadassery J. Recognition of elicitors of Piriformospora indica by Arabidopsis thaliana. Treffen der Südostdeutschen Pflanzenphysiologen, Leipzig, DE, Feb 2007
163Kroymann J. Natural Variation, Glucosinolates, and Plant Defense against Herbivorous Insects. University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, NL, Feb 2007 (invited)
164Mithöfer A. Volatile organic compounds in mycorrhiza. DFG-Schwerpunkttreffen Plant-Micro, München, DE, Jan 2007
165Sachse S. Activity-dependent plasticity in an olfactory circuit. Biozentrumsseminar Würzburg, Universität Würzburg, Biozentrum, Würzburg, DE, Jan 2007 (invited)
166Hansson B.S. Evolution of Odor Coding in Arthropods. Keystone Symposia "Chemical Senses: From Genes to Perception", Snowbird, UT, US, Jan 2007 (invited)
167Harzsch S. Neurophylogenie: Architektur des Nervensystems und die Verwandschaftsbeziehungen der Arthropoda. Evolutionsbiologisches Kolloquium Bonn, Universität Bonn, Bonn, DE, Jan 2007 (invited)
168Jochym M. Chemical communication between mammalian predators and prey. Ringvorlesung 2006/2007, FSU Jena, Institute of Ecology, Jena, DE, Jan 2007
169Baldwin I.T. The Many Flavors Of Function; Understanding The Function Of Plant Genes In A Real-World Context. Plant & Animal Genomes XV Conference, San Diego, CA, US, Jan 2007 (invited)
170Baldwin I.T. Plant communication in the molecular era. Seminar, University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, BR, Jan 2007 (invited)
171Schneider B. Anwendung der NMR-Spektroskopie in Metabolismus-Studien VI. Graduierten Kolleg "Adaptive physiol.-biochem. Reaktionen auf ökologisch relevante Wirkstoffe", Institut für Biochemie-Biotechnologie , Universität Halle, Halle (Saale), DE, Jan 2007 (invited)
172Gershenzon J. The power of plant perfumes: Volatile terpenes act as defensive signals to herbivore enemies. Seminar, University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA, US, Jan 2007 (invited)
173Boland W. Überleben mit Duft und Nektar. Volkshochschule Essen, Essen, DE, Jan 2007 (invited)
174Boland W. Molekulare Interaktionen von Darmbakterien mit ihren Wirtsinsekten. Institute for Microbiology, Uni Mainz, Mainz, DE, Jan 2007 (invited)
175Dimkpa C. Hydroxamate siderophores elicited by Streptomyces acidiscabies E13 bind nickel and promote cowpea growth under nickel stress. Combined Graduate College Symposium, FSU Jena and Universität Halle, Siegmundsburg, DE, Jan 2007
2006
1Jochym M. You want to get me, but I can smell you - Role of volatiles in ferret odour as olfactory cues for vole. Christmas Symposium of the Institute of Ecology, FSU Jena, Jena, DE, Dec 2006
2Nyabuga F. Genetics of pea aphid resistance. Christmas Symposium of the Institute of Ecology, FSU Jena, Jena, DE, Dec 2006
3Daolio C., Wenzler M. A Modern and Effective Tool for Identification and Structure Determination of Natural Products. 1st Beutenberg-Campus-Workshop, Beutenberg Campus e.V., Jena, DE, Dec 2006
4Hansson B.S. Learning in a specialist and a generalist fruitfly. Biozentrums-Kolloquium, Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, DE, Dec 2006 (invited)
5Hartl M. The endogenous and ecological functions of serine-protease inhibitors in Solanum nigrum. MPI-CE - NCL Workshop on proteomic insights into plant-insect interaction, MPI for Chemical Ecology, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, IN, Dec 2006
6Harzsch S. Transition from water to land: adaptations of the central olfactory pathway in terrestrial crustaceans. Biozentrums-Kolloquium, Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, DE, Dec 2006 (invited)
7Knaden M. Insect behavior in seminatural environments. Biozentrums-Kolloquium, Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, DE, Dec 2006 (invited)
8Meldau S. Function of MAPK signaling in plant herbivore interaction. MPI-CE - NCL Workshop on proteomic insights into plant-insect interaction, MPI for Chemical Ecology, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, IN, Dec 2006
9Mittapalli O. Galling interactions: a call for comparative studies. MPI-CE - NCL Workshop on proteomic insights into plant-insect interaction, MPI for Chemical Ecology, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, IN, Dec 2006
10Pauchet Y. Mapping the digestive tract proteome of /Helicoverpa armigera/ larvae. MPI-CE - NCL Workshop on proteomic insights into plant-insect interaction, MPI for Chemical Ecology, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, IN, Dec 2006 (invited)
11Preiß S. Strategies for studying insect proteomes. MPI-CE - NCL Workshop on proteomic insights into plant-insect interaction, MPI for Chemical Ecology, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, IN, Dec 2006 (invited)
12Sachse S. Role of neural circuits in odor coding and processing in insects. Biozentrums-Kolloquium, Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, DE, Dec 2006 (invited)
13Stensmyr M.C. Fruitfly olfactory neurogenetics. Biozentrums-Kolloquium, Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, DE, Dec 2006 (invited)
14Urru I. Evolution of complex pollination systems. Biozentrums-Kolloquium, Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, DE, Dec 2006 (invited)
15Venkatesan R. Studying the regulation of volatile emission and nectar secretion in Pteridium aquilinum. MPI-CE - NCL Workshop on proteomic insights into plant-insect interaction, MPI for Chemical Ecology, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, IN, Dec 2006
16Wicher D. Drosophila olfactory receptors: Mechanisms of odour signal transduction and determinants for odour specificity. Biozentrums-Kolloquium, Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, DE, Dec 2006 (invited)
17Wünsche H. Post-Ingestive Proteomics of Manduca sexta Feeding on Nicotiana attenuata. MPI-CE - NCL Workshop on proteomic insights into plant-insect interaction, MPI for Chemical Ecology, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, IN, Dec 2006
18Arimura G.i. Calcium signaling to transcription in wounded plants. SFB 604 Workshop 4 "Gene regulatory networks", Collaborative Research Centre (SFB) 604 "Multifunctional Signaling Proteins", Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Dornburg, DE, Dec 2006 (invited)
19Arimura G.i. Calcium signaling to transcription in wounded plants. SFB 604 Workshop 4 "Gene regulatory networks", Collaborative Research Centre (SFB) 604 "Multifunctional Signaling Proteins", Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Dornburg, DE, Dec 2006 (invited)
20Kroymann J. Natural Variation, Epistasis and Gene Regulatory Networks. SFB 604 Workshop 4 "Gene regulatory networks", Collaborative Research Centre (SFB) 604 "Multifunctional Signaling Proteins", Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Dornburg, DE, Dec 2006 (invited)
21Schmid K. Footprints of demographic history and natural selection in the genome of Arabidopsis thaliana. Botanisches Kolloquium WS 2006/07, Albrecht-von-Haller-Institut für Pflanzenwissenschaften, Abteilung Palynologie und Klimadynamik, Göttingen, DE, Dec 2006 (invited)
22Fontana A. The role of maize sesquiterpenes in tritrophic interactions. Meeting, Uni Mail, Neuchâtel, CH, Dec 2006 (invited)
23Boland W. Volatiles: Language and Defense of Attacked Plants. 2nd Sino-German Symposium on Chemical Biology, Berlin, DE, Dec 2006 (invited)
24Gershenzon J., Sánchez-Moreiras A. The role of (E)-ß-caryophyllene in resistance to oxidative stress in Arabidopsis. ISONET Meeting on Plant VOCs and Secondary Organic Aerosols in Biosphere Atmosphere Carbon Exchange, Kuopio, FI, Nov 2006 (invited)
25Huang M. The influence of the sesquiterpene (E)-beta-caryophyllenen on the resistance of Arabidopsis to the bacterial pathogen Pseudomonas syringae. ISONET Meeting on Plant VOCs and Secondary Organic Aerosols in Biosphere Atmosphere Carbon Exchange, Kuopio, FI, Nov 2006
26Spiteller D. Funktionale und mechanistische Charakterisierung von Sekundärmetabolitenenzymen. Leopoldina Meeting, Halle (Saale), DE, Nov 2006 (invited)
27Baldwin I.T. Using transformed plants to study ecological interactions. 4th Annual Ecological Genomics Symposium, Kansas City, US, Nov 2006 (invited)
28Heckel D.G. The diversity of Bt resistance genes in Lepidoptera. Sino-Germany Workshop on Pesticide Resistance in Agricultural Pests Sino-Germany Workshop on Pesticide Resistance in Agricultural Pests, Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing, CN, Nov 2006 (invited)
29Heckel D.G. DNA-based detection of Bt resistance in field populations of insects. Sino-Germany Workshop on Pesticide Resistance in Agricultural Pests Sino-Germany Workshop on Pesticide Resistance in Agricultural Pests, Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing, CN, Nov 2006 (invited)
30Wee C.W. cDNA-AFLP approach to studying fenvalerate resistance in the cotton bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera. Sino-Germany Workshop on Pesticide Resistance in Agricultural Pests Sino-Germany Workshop on Pesticide Resistance in Agricultural Pests, Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing, CN, Nov 2006 (invited)
31Kroymann J. Sequencing the Planktothrix Genome. ESTTAL Meeting, Expressed Sequence Tag (EST) Analysis of Toxic Algae (ESTTAL) Project, Naples, IT, Nov 2006
32Vogel H. Coping with stress in toxic algae. ESTTAL Meeting, Expressed Sequence Tag (EST) Analysis of Toxic Algae (ESTTAL) Project, Naples, IT, Nov 2006
33Heckel D.G. Chemical and biological insecticides: Resistance mechanisms and management in diamondback moth. 5th International Workshop on Management of the Diamondback Moth and Other Crucifer Insect Pests, Beijing, CN, Oct 2006 (invited)
34Henniges-Janssen K. A host shift of diamondback moth from crucifers to peas: Life history traits and genetic mechanisms. 5th International Workshop on Management of the Diamondback Moth and Other Crucifer Insect Pests, Beijing, CN, Oct 2006
35Kroymann J. Plant-enemy interactions and the evolution of plant metabolic diversity. Plant Genomics European Meeting (Plant GEMs 5), Venice, IT, Oct 2006 (invited)
36Hartl M. Ab in’s Grüne! (Field releases of genetically modified plants in ecological research: experiences and results). Board of trustees of the MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2006
37Richter M. Effects of the chemical language of zygomycetes during sexual communication. 1st meeting "Biology of Yeasts and Filamentous Fungi" VAAM, Frankfurt, DE, Oct 2006
38Gherghel F. Ectomycorrhiza community on Quercus robur diversity in a mining area. 5th Symposium on remediation in Jena (Jenaer Sanierungskolloguium), Jena, DE, Oct 2006
39Dabrowska P. Plant derived oxylipins in the insect’s gut. 32. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Bayreuth, DE, Oct 2006
40Gershenzon J. Evolution of glucosinolate biosynthesis. Symposium on Sulphur-containing Defense Compounds: Pivotal players in plant stress tolerance, Heidelberg, DE, Oct 2006 (invited)
41Habel A. Effizienter Zugang zu chiralen Lactonen und Hydroxyfettsäuren. 32. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Bayreuth, DE, Oct 2006
42Reichelt M. Links between sulphur and glucosinolate metabolism. Symposium on Sulphur-containing Defense Compounds: Pivotal players in plant stress tolerance, Heidelberg, DE, Oct 2006
43Schmidt A. Molecular investigations about prenyltransferases as branch point enzymes of terpenoid biosynthesis. CONDEF (Conifer Defence Project) Workshop 2006, Florenz, IT, Oct 2006
44Boland W. Überleben mit Duft: Pflanzen contra Herbivore. Peter-Hemmerich-Lecture, Uni Konstanz, Konstanz, DE, Oct 2006 (invited)
45Boland W. Induction of Plant Defense Ractions by Feeding herbivores: Impact on Biopolymers. EU Coordination Meeting, Goldaratz, ES, Oct 2006 (invited)
46Li S.H. Phenolics in the bark of Norway spruce (Picea abies): Chemical identification and cellular localization. Seminar, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Kunming, Institute of Botany, Kunming, CN, Oct 2006
47Baldwin I.T. Towards molecular ecology. ETNA Summer School 2006 "Metabolite Profiling and Data Analysis", European Training and Networking Activity, Potsdam, DE, Sep 2006 (invited)
48Baldwin I.T. The many flavors of function; understanding the function of plant genes in a real-world context. IPK Seminar, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzengenetik und Kulturpflanzenforschung (IPK), Gatersleben, DE, Sep 2006 (invited)
49Kroymann J. Integration of different omics-approaches - a comprehensive study. ETNA Summer School 2006 "Metabolite Profiling and Data Analysis", European Training and Networking Activity, Potsdam, DE, Sep 2006 (invited)
50Schmid K. Evolutionary genomics of metabolic diversity. ETNA Summer School 2006 "Metabolite Profiling and Data Analysis", European Training and Networking Activity, Potsdam, DE, Sep 2006 (invited)
51Svatoš A. Beyond Metabolomics: identification of up and down regulated secondary metabolites by MS and NMR methods". ETNA Summer School 2006 "Metabolite Profiling and Data Analysis", European Training and Networking Activity, Potsdam, DE, Sep 2006
52Baldwin I.T. Using 'deaf' and 'mute' plants to study ecological interactions mediated by volatiles. Minerva Workshop, University of TelAviv, Tel Aviv, IL, Sep 2006 (invited)
53Schneider B. HPLC-NMR in Chemical Ecology. 28th Annual meeting on Magnetic Resonance "Principles and Novel Applications of Modern Magnetic Resonance Methods", Tübingen, DE, Sep 2006 (invited)
54Harzsch S. Evolution of visual system development in Arthropoda. VIIIth European Congress of Entomology, Izmir, TR, Sep 2006
55Mithöfer A. Plants and herbivores: Discrimination bites from wounds. INRA-CNRS Seminars, Castanet-Tolosan, FR, Sep 2006 (invited)
56Sachse S. Odor experience-dependent plasticity in Drosophila: structural and functional changes in the olfactory pathway due to odor exposure. VIIIth European Congress of Entomology, Izmir, TR, Sep 2006 (invited)
57Schneider B. Distribution of small molecules and putative polymers in parenchymatic tissue of Norway spruce. Treenomix Conifer Forest Health Genomics Project Meeting, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, CA, Sep 2006 (invited)
58Mithöfer A. Plant-insect interactions: The induction of defence mechanisms. 4th Slovenian Symposium on Plant Biology, Ljubljana, SI, Sep 2006 (invited)
59Bednarek P. A novel type of indole glucosinolate degradation product in Arabidopsis immune response. 1st International Conference on Glucosinolates "Glucosinolate Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry and its Application to Human Health and Agriculture", Phytochemical Society of Europe, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Sep 2006
60Burow M. Compartmentalization and regulation of the glucosinolate-myrosinase system - news from ESP. 1st International Conference on Glucosinolates "Glucosinolate Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry and its Application to Human Health and Agriculture", Phytochemical Society of Europe, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Sep 2006 (invited)
61De Kraker J.W. From primary to secondary plant metabolism: amino acid to glucosinolate biosynthesis. 1st International Conference on Glucosinolates "Glucosinolate Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry and its Application to Human Health and Agriculture", Phytochemical Society of Europe, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Sep 2006 (invited)
62Gershenzon J. How glucosinolates changed the course of human history. 1st International Conference on Glucosinolates "Glucosinolate Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry and its Application to Human Health and Agriculture", Phytochemical Society of Europe, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Sep 2006 (invited)
63Kroymann J. Evolutionary Dynamics in Glucosinolate Biosynthesis. 1st International Conference on Glucosinolates "Glucosinolate Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry and its Application to Human Health and Agriculture", Phytochemical Society of Europe, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Sep 2006 (invited)
64Textor S. MAM 3 catalyzes the formation of all aliphatic glucosinolate chain lengths in Arabidopsis thaliana. 1st International Conference on Glucosinolates "Glucosinolate Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry and its Application to Human Health and Agriculture", Phytochemical Society of Europe, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Sep 2006 (invited)
65Brand S. Three projects to understand the biosynthesis of diarylheptanoids: organic synthesis of new starters, purification of new proteins and analysis of new Arabidopsis plants. 3rd NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Bad Kösen, DE, Sep 2006
66Ellinger R. New Developments in HPLC-NMR. 3rd NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Bad Kösen, DE, Sep 2006
67Jitsaeng K. Transcript level response of Musa acuminata to elicitation by jasmonic acid. 3rd NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Bad Kösen, DE, Sep 2006
68Li S.H. Phenolics of pp cells. 3rd NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Bad Kösen, DE, Sep 2006
69Paetz C. Biosynthetic in-vivo-NMR studies on Xiphidium caeruleum root cultures. 3rd NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Bad Kösen, DE, Sep 2006
70Schneider B. New NMR approaches for biosynthetic studies. 3rd NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Bad Kösen, DE, Sep 2006
71Wenzler M. HPLC-NMR and solvent supression. 3rd NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Bad Kösen, DE, Sep 2006
72Boland W. Das chemische Vokabular von Sender- und Empfängerpflanzen -"Interkulturelle Kommunikation" im Pflanzenreich. 24. Osnabrücker Baumpflegetage, Osnabrück, DE, Sep 2006 (invited)
73Heckel D.G. Cotton bollworm Helicoverpa armigera: A candidate for whole-genome sequencing. Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing Genomics Institute, Beijing, CN, Sep 2006 (invited)
74Heckel D.G. Heliothine model systems for research on plant-insect interactions. Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Zoology, Beijing, CN, Sep 2006 (invited)
75Heckel D.G. The diversity of Bt-resistance genes in Lepidoptera. IX International Colloquium on Invertebrate Pathology and Microbial Control (ICIPMC), XXXIX Annual Meeting of the SIP and VIII International Conference on Bacillus thuringiensis (ICBt), Wuhan, CN, Sep 2006 (invited)
76Boland W. Die Duftsprache der Pflanzen. Tage der Chemie, Jena, DE, Sep 2006 (invited)
77Boland W. Interactions between Microbial Communities and their Host in the Insect Gut. 1. Ebernburger mikrobiologiosch – entomologische Gesprächsrunde, Ebernburg, DE, Sep 2006 (invited)
78Li S.H. Strategies for the discovery of bioactive plant secondary metabolites. Seminar, Shi He Zi University, Xinjiang, Xinjiang, CN, Sep 2006
79Wichard T. Der Einfluss des Phytoplanktons auf den Fortpflanzungserfolg von Calanus helgolandicus in den Küstengewässern vor Roscoff (Bretagne, Frankreich): a,ß,?,d-ungesättigte Aldehyde und Polyenfettsäuren im Jahreszyklus des Phytoplanktons. 11. Wissenschaftlichen Tagung der Sektion Phykologie, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Helgoland, DE, Aug 2006
80Freitak D. The effect of microorganisms in the food on the growth rate and immune system of cabbage looper (Trichoplusia ni). 7th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2006
81Heidel-Fischer H. Host plant adaptation and specialization in the Pieridae family. 7th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2006
82Lee S.F. Chromosomal conservation in Lepidoptera: Synteny versus collinearity. 7th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2006
83Papanicolaou A. The wide utility of Lepidopteran genomic resources. 7th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2006
84Vogel H. Can insects manipulate plant defense responses? 7th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2006
85Wee C.W. A genomic approach to studying pyrethroid resistance in the cotton bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera. 7th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2006
86Williams A. Progress in gene manipulation in the cotton bollworm Helicoverpa armigera. 7th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2006
87Degenhardt J. The roles of terpenes as signals between plants, herbivores and their enemies. International Society Plant Molecular Biology, Adelaide, AU, Aug 2006 (invited)
88Sánchez-Moreiras A. Plant sesquiterpenes: endogenous regulators of oxidative stress? Plant Biology Symposium 2006, Boston, US, Aug 2006
89Kaiser T. Genetic diversity in Clunio marinus Haliday 1855. 16th International Chironomid Symposium, Funchal, PT, Jul 2006
90Baldwin I.T. Plant-herbivore interactions in non-model systems. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Molecular Biology, Plymouth, NH, US, Jul 2006 (invited)
91Boland W. Sequestration of Plant-Derived Glycosides by Leaf Beetles: a Model System for Evolution and Adaptation of Chemical Defenses. 22nd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Barcelona, ES, Jul 2006 (invited)
92Büchler R. Enzymes involved in the homeostasis of N-acyl amino acids in the gut of herbivorous insects. 22nd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Barcelona, ES, Jul 2006
93Discher S. Throwing light on sequestration processes in leaf beetle larvae. 22nd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Barcelona, ES, Jul 2006
94Mithöfer A. Discriminating bites from wounds: A molecular approach. 22nd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Barcelona, ES, Jul 2006
95Spiteller D. Fluoride ions as elicitors of plant defence reactions. 22nd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Barcelona, ES, Jul 2006
96Schmid K. Searching for footprints of natural selection in the genome of Arabidopsis thaliana. Life Science Center, University of Hohenheim, Hohenheim, DE, Jul 2006 (invited)
97Kroymann J., Weisser W. „Innovative ökologische Forschungen aus Jena für die Welt“ - Von der Entstehung neuer Arten und der Bedeutung biologischer Vielfalt für die Kreisläufe in Ökosystemen. Thüringen innovativ: Die spannende Seite Thüringer Institute, Hochschulen und Unternehmen - fantastisch einfach., Thüringentag 2006, Jena, DE, Jul 2006 (invited)
98Gershenzon J. Engineering plant and chemical defense for managing insect pests: Lessons from Arabidopsis. Meeting of the Phytochemical Society of North America, Oxford, Mississippi, US, Jul 2006 (invited)
99Hansson B.S. A nose for food – Host-specific olfactory adaptations in Drosophila sechellia. 5th Forum of Neuroscience/FENS, The Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS), Vienna, AT, Jul 2006 (invited)
100Heckel D.G. Genetic approaches to studying complex traits in Lepidoptera. Antrittsvorlesung für Honorarprofessur, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Jena, DE, Jul 2006
101Schneider B. Anwendungen der NMR und LC-NMR-Kopplung zur Identifizierung, gewebespezifischen Lokalisierung, und Beobachtung der Biosynthese pflanzlicher Naturstoffe. Mitteldeutsches Resonanz-Meeting (MDR), Universität Leipzig, Leipzig, DE, Jul 2006 (invited)
102Boland W. Herbivore-Induced volatiles in Plant Defense: Early and late events in enemy-recognition and response. 8th Korean-German Joint Symposium in Plant Biotechnology, Jinju, KR, Jul 2006 (invited)
103Kroymann J. Functional & Evolutionary Genomics of Arabidopsis & Friends. Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Jul 2006 (invited)
104Kroymann J. Functional and Evolutionary Analysis of Complex Traits in Arabidopsis & Friends. Wissenschaftszentrum Weihenstephan, Weihenstephan/Freising, DE, Jul 2006 (invited)
105Schmid K. Making sense of evolution: Identifying genes involved in adaptation. 8th Korean-German Joint Symposium in Plant Biotechnology, Jinju, KR, Jul 2006 (invited)
106Heckel D.G. The genetic basis of complex traits in the Lepidoptera. Institut für Biologie II, Universität Leipzig, Leipzig, DE, Jun 2006 (invited)
107Arimura G.i. Signaling and terpenoid biosynthesis in legume plants in response to herbivorous damage. 7th International Symposium on the Plant Hormone Ethylene, Pisa, IT, Jun 2006 (invited)
108von Dahl C.C. Herbivore induced ethylene and its impact on Nicotiana attenuatas' defense response. 7th International Symposium on the Plant Hormone Ethylene, Pisa, IT, Jun 2006
109Fenning T. Nightmare on elm street? An introduction to the work of the MPI for Chemical Ecology on molecular-genetic studies into the insect specific wound responses of Ulmus campestris. Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Biologisch-Pharmazeutische Fakultät, Jena, DE, Jun 2006 (invited)
110Degenhardt J. The evolution of mono- and sesquiterpene diversity in maize. 5th Colloquium of the Priority Programme 1152 "Evolution of Metabolic Diversity" (EvoMet), Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), Halle (Saale), DE, Jun 2006 (invited)
111Kroymann J. Positive selection driving diversification in plant secondary metabolism. 5th Colloquium of the Priority Programme 1152 "Evolution of Metabolic Diversity" (EvoMet), Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), Halle (Saale), DE, Jun 2006
112Heckel D.G. Genetic approaches to studying complex traits in Lepidoptera. Kolloquium, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Biologisch-Pharmazeutische Fakultät, Institut für Ökologie, Jena, DE, Jun 2006
113Boland W. Induction of Plant Defense Reactions. Unilever, London, GB, Jun 2006 (invited)
114Boland W. Überleben mit Duft: Pflanzen contra Herbivore. University of Bonn, Botany Department, Bonn, DE, Jun 2006 (invited)
115Boland W. Überleben mit Duft: Pflanzen contra Herbivore. University of Hamburg, Chemistry Department, Hamburg, DE, Jun 2006 (invited)
116Boland W. Überleben mit Duft: Pflanzen contra Herbivore. University of Vienna, Chemistry Department, Vienna, AT, Jun 2006 (invited)
117Kroymann J. The Functional and Evolutionary Basis of Diversification in Plant Secondary Metabolism – Glucosinolate Biosynthesis in Arabidopsis thaliana and Friends. MPI for Molecular Plant Physiology, Golm, DE, Jun 2006 (invited)
118Kroymann J. Evolutionary Dynamics in Plant-Insect Interactions. MPI for Plant Breeding, Cologne, DE, Jun 2006 (invited)
119Leitner M. Medicago truncatula – a new model for plant herbivore interactions? 1st VOCBAS status seminar (ESF workshop), Jülich, DE, Jun 2006
120Pfalz M. Quantitative Analysis of Insect-Related Traits in Arabidopsis RILs. Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Institute of General Botany and Plant Physiology, Dept. of Plant Physiology, Jena, DE, Jun 2006
121Zeneli G. Enemies at the gate: terpenoids and defense against spruce bark beetle (Ips typographus). 4th Conference on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Southeast European Countries (4th CMAPSEEC), Iasi, RO, May 2006
122Zeneli G. Use of jasmonates to induce terpenes in Picea abies trees and cell cultures. 4th Conference on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Southeast European Countries (4th CMAPSEEC), Iasi, RO, May 2006
123Schmid K. Evolutionary genomics of a selectively maintained, transspecific protein domain polymorphism of a receptor-like kinase in the genus Arabidopsis'. Annual Meeting of the Society of Molecular Biology and Evolution (SMBE): Genomes, Evolution, and Bioinformatics, Arizona State University, Tucson, AZ, US, May 2006
124Kroymann J. Evolutionary Dynamics of Plant Metabolic Diversity. PopBio 2006 - Plant Population Biology (19th Annual Conference), Section Plant Population Biology of the Ecological Society of Germany, Switzerland and Austria, Halle (Saale), DE, May 2006 (invited)
125Baldwin I.T. The many flavors of function; understanding the function of plant genes in a real-world context. Harvard University, Boston, US, May 2006 (invited)
126Boland W. Herbivore-Induced Volatiles in Plant Defense: Early Late Events in Enemy-recognition and Response. 2nd Symposium on Plant Neurobiology, Society for Plant Neurobiology, Beijing, CN, May 2006 (invited)
127Gherghel F. Influenta metalelor grele asupra comunitatii de ectomicorize la Quercus petraea. SESIUNEA STIINTIFICA Conservarea diversitatii plantelor „in situ” si „ex situ” IASI, Iasi, RO, May 2006
128Svatoš A. Molecular basis of chemical communication. Publika, Institute of Chemical Technology (ICT), Prague, CZ, May 2006 (invited)
129Baldwin I.T. The many flavors of function; understanding the function of plant genes in a real-world context. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, May 2006 (invited)
130Kroymann J. Quantitative Analysis of Complex Traits in Arabidopsis. International Symposium "Heterosis in Plants" (DFG), Max Planck Institute for Molecular Plant Physiology, Golm, DE, May 2006 (invited)
131Baldwin I.T. Using transgenic plants to study plant-herbivore interactions. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, CA, May 2006 (invited)
132Heckel D.G. Genetic mechanisms of Bt resistance in Lepidoptera. US Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Center for Medical and Agricultural Entomology, Gainesville, FL, US, May 2006 (invited)
133Preiß S. Entwicklung von Transformationssystemen für Insekten. Bundesanstalt für Lebensmittelsicherheit und Verbraucherschutz, Berlin, DE, May 2006 (invited)
134Baldwin I.T. The many flavors of function; understanding the function of plant genes in a real-world context. Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzengenetik und Kulturpflanzenforschung (IPK), Gatersleben, DE, May 2006 (invited)
135Heidel A. Glucosinolate quantitative genetics and natural variation. Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzengenetik und Kulturpflanzenforschung (IPK), Gatersleben, DE, May 2006 (invited)
136Kunert M. Rhythmic volatile emission of wounded Lima bean plants. 31. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Würzburg, DE, May 2006
137Schmidt A. A short and efficient synthesis of Phytoprostane B1 type I, II and several analogues. 31. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Würzburg, DE, May 2006
138Kroymann J. Functional and Evolutionary Analysis of Complex Traits in Arabidopsis & Friends. Biochemisches und Molekularbiologisches Kolloquium, Universität Bremen, Centre for Biomolecular Interactions Bremen, Bremen, DE, May 2006
139Gershenzon J. Plant-insect interactions in the Brassicaceae: the chemical ecology of glucosinolate hydrolysis and lepidopteran herbivores. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, May 2006 (invited)
140Boland W. Molecular Interactions - Bringing Chemistry to Life. Beilstein-Institut Workshop, Bozen, IT, May 2006 (invited)
141Gershenzon J. Plant defense and insect counter-defense: the ecology of glucosinolate hydrolysis. Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, US, Apr 2006 (invited)
142Davis A. Networks in biology: an exploration. Seminar, Universität Halle, Insitut für Zoologie, Halle (Saale), DE, Apr 2006
143Baldwin I.T. Using transgenic plants to study plant-insect interactions. International Plant Resistance to Insects (IPRI) Workshop, Purdue University, Purdue, Indiana, US, Apr 2006 (invited)
144Baldwin I.T. Approach to the Research from Department for Molecular Ecology at MPICE. IMPRS Recruitment Symposium, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Apr 2006 (invited)
145Heckel D.G. Development of genetic tools for detecting Bt resistance genes in Ostrinia nubilalis and Sesamia nonagroides. COST 862 Workshop on Resistance Management of Bt-maize in Europe, Aachen, DE, Apr 2006 (invited)
146Davis A. Networks in biology: an exploration. Seminar, Academica Sinica Taipei, Insitute of Biomedical Sciences, Taipei, TW, Apr 2006
147Boland W. Sequestration of Plant Derived Glycosides by Leaf Beetles; a Model for Adaptation and Evolution. University of Bonn , Department for Entomology, Bonn, DE, Apr 2006 (invited)
148Degenhardt J. The role of herbivore-induced terpenes in multitrophic interactions between plants, herbivores and their enemies. Amercian Chemical Society Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, US, Mar 2006 (invited)
149Wichard T. Identification and evaluation of chemical signals in the Sea. ESF LESC EXPLORATORY WORKSHOP Influence of Phytoplankton on Herbivore Reproductive Success – Impact of Infochemicals and Food Quality?, European Science Foundation, Roscoff, FR, Mar 2006
150Schneider B. Identification, localization, and observing biosynthesis of plant products by LC-NMR. Hyphenation Conference, Tübingen, DE, Mar 2006 (invited)
151Fenning T. Tree biotechnology and the environment. UK Parliament's House of Lords, Select Committee for Science and Technology, London, GB, Mar 2006 (invited)
152Fenning T., Gartland K. Forests and Global Warming. Seminar, House of Lords Select Committee for Science and Technology, London, GB, Mar 2006 (invited)
153Heckel D.G. Genetic approaches to studying complex adaptations in Lepidoptera. MPI für Entwicklungsbiologie, Tübingen, DE, Mar 2006 (invited)
154Richter M. The chemical language in sexuality of zygomycetes. Annual Conference of the Association of General and Applied Microbiology (VAAM), Jena, DE, Mar 2006
155Spiteller D. A novel method for trapping intermediates of the polyketide biosynthesis with a non-hydrolysable malonyl coenzyme A analogue. Annual Conference of the Association of General and Applied Microbiology (VAAM), Jena, DE, Mar 2006
156Davis A. Interaction and metabolic networks. Hokkaido University Sapporo, Institute of Low Temperature Science, Sapporo, JP, Mar 2006
157Mithöfer A. MecWorm, a mechanical larva to mimic herbivory. Plant Volatile Analysis Workshop, Wageningen, NL, Mar 2006
158Leitner M. Abwehrmechanismen von Medicago truncatula gegen verschiedene biotische Stressoren. 19. Tagung "Molekularbiologie der Pflanzen", Dabringhausen, DE, Mar 2006
159Muck A. de novo Sequencing of Plant Proteins. 7. VBMF-Methodenkolloquium - "Proteininteraktionen und Proteinidentifizierungen", Verbund Biomedizinische Forschung, Leibniz-Institut für Naturstoff-Forschung und Infektionsbiologie, Jena, DE, Mar 2006
160Svatoš A. de novo sequencing of plant proteins. 7. VBMF-Methodenkolloquium - "Proteininteraktionen und Proteinidentifizierungen", Verbund Biomedizinische Forschung, Leibniz-Institut für Naturstoff-Forschung und Infektionsbiologie, Jena, DE, Mar 2006
161Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore. MPI for Chemistry, Mainz, DE, Mar 2006 (invited)
162Boland W. Sequestration of Plant Derived Glycosides by Leaf Beetles; a Model for Adaptation and Evolution. University of Cologne, Botany Department, Cologne, DE, Mar 2006 (invited)
163Clauss M. Natural variation in non-model Arabidopsis. MPI for Plant Breeding Research, Cologne, DE, Mar 2006 (invited)
164Oyama R. Ecological niches and speciation in wild relatives of Arabidopsis thaliana. MPI for Plant Breeding Research, Cologne, DE, Mar 2006 (invited)
165Schmid K. Searching for footprints of selection in the genomes of Arabidopsis and wild barley. MPI for Plant Breeding Research, Cologne, DE, Mar 2006 (invited)
166Kost C. Lima bean neighbourhood watch - Herbivore-induced volatiles induce an indirect defence in neighbouring plants. Society for Tropical Ecology, Kaiserslautern, DE, Feb 2006
167Tolzin-Banasch K. Localization of Iridoid Biosynthesis in Chrysomelina Larvae. 18. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA, Irsee, DE, Feb 2006
168Baldwin I.T. The merger paradox: are complex adaptations rendered dysfunctional as a result of the merging of genomes during allopolyploid speciation? Harvard University, Boston, US, Feb 2006 (invited)
169Mithöfer A. MecWorm, a mechanical caterpillar that mimics insect herbivory. Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, DE, Feb 2006 (invited)
170Baldwin I.T. Using genetically transformed plants to study plant-insect interactions. Institute of Plant Biology, University of Zurich, Dept. of Microbiology, Zurich, CH, Feb 2006 (invited)
171Kroymann J. Pseudonitzschia multistriata ESTs. ESTTAL Meeting, Expressed Sequence Tag (EST) Analysis of Toxic Algae (ESTTAL) Project, Naples, IT, Feb 2006
172Vogel H. Microarrays - Design, Costs, Pitfalls. ESTTAL Meeting, Expressed Sequence Tag (EST) Analysis of Toxic Algae (ESTTAL) Project, Naples, IT, Feb 2006
173Schramm K. Kohl & Co schlagen zurück: Senföle - ein Beispiel für pflanzliche Abwehr. Schulvortrag, Staatliches Gymnasium "Ernst Abbe", Jena, DE, Jan 2006
174Baldwin I.T. Hypothesis testing in ecological research. BIORHIZ Workshop: Rhizosphere processes and induced defence, Jena, DE, Jan 2006 (invited)
175Gase K. Introduction to micro array: From RNA to Micro array. BIORHIZ Workshop: Rhizosphere processes and induced defence, Jena, DE, Jan 2006
176Hartl M. Studying plant defenses using micro arrays. BIORHIZ Workshop: Rhizosphere processes and induced defence, Jena, DE, Jan 2006
177Pandey S.P. Using microarays to study microRNAs . BIORHIZ Workshop: Rhizosphere processes and induced defence, Jena, DE, Jan 2006
178Steppuhn A. Using gene-silencing to study ecological interactions in the field. BIORHIZ Workshop: Rhizosphere processes and induced defence, Jena, DE, Jan 2006
179Svatoš A. Introduction to techniques used in metabolomics. BIORHIZ Workshop: Rhizosphere processes and induced defence, Jena, DE, Jan 2006
180Gershenzon J. The power and diversity of plant perfumes: how mixtures of volatile terpenes can protect plants from insect herbivores. Universität Stuttgart-Hohenheim, Stuttgart, DE, Jan 2006 (invited)
181Schneider B. Anwendung der NMR-Spektroskopie in Metabolismus-Studien V". Graduierten Kolleg "Adaptive physiol.-biochem. Reaktionen auf ökologisch relevante Wirkstoffe", Institut für Biochemie-Biotechnologie , Universität Halle, Halle (Saale), DE, Jan 2006 (invited)
182Degenhardt J. The biosynthesis of terpenoids in Origanum vulgare. INTESY-Projekttreffen, Reading, GB, Jan 2006
183Heckel D.G. Genetic mechanisms of Bt resistance in Lepidoptera. Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad, IN, Jan 2006 (invited)
184Heckel D.G. The utility of genome information from Bombyx mori in the study of other Lepidoptera. International Symposium on Insect Genetics and Genomics, Centre for DNA fingerprinting and diagnostics, Hyderabad, IN, Jan 2006 (invited)
185Heckel D.G. The role of genomics in devising more effective means of controlling the cotton bollworm Helicoverpa armigera. 93rd Indian Science Congress, Archarya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University, Hyderabad, IN, Jan 2006 (invited)
186Reineke A. Molecular Methods in Ecology: Examples from Applied Entomology. College of Engineering, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, IN, Jan 2006
187Fenning T. Tree biotechnology and the environment. Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Institut für Pflanzenphysiologie, Jena, DE, Jan 2006 (invited)
188Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore. Humboldt University, Department of Organic Chemistry, Berlin, DE, Jan 2006 (invited)
189Boland W. Überleben mit Duft : Pflanzen contra Herbivore. Lions Club, Jena, DE, Jan 2006 (invited)
190Boland W. Überleben mit Duft; Pflanzen contra Herbivore. University of Cologne, Institute of Botany, Cologne, DE, Jan 2006 (invited)
191Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore. University of Kaiserslautern, Microbiology Department, Kaiserslautern, DE, Jan 2006 (invited)
192Oyama R. The ecology and genetics of speciation. Ludwig-Maxmillians University, Botanical Garden, Munich, DE, Jan 2006 (invited)
2005
1Zeneli G. Spruce terpenes - from compounds to metabolic pathways and their regulation. University of Tirana, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Tirana, AL, Dec 2005 (invited)
2Fontana A. Mycorrhiza-mediated below ground communication: a hypothesis. Jahressymposium, FSU Jena, Jena, DE, Dec 2005
3Kroymann J. Functional and Evolutionary Analysis of Complex Traits in Arabidopsis. Biologisches Kolloquium, Universität Osnabrück, Fachbereich Biologie/Chemie, Osnabrück, DE, Dec 2005 (invited)
4Gershenzon J. Plant biochemistry for dummies. Symposium in Honor of the 60th Birthday of Renowned Plant Terpene Biochemist, Prof. Rodney Croteau, Pullman, WA, US, Dec 2005 (invited)
5Schneider B. Naturstoffchemische Anwendungen der NMR-Spektroskopie am Beispiel der Phenylphenalenone. Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Institut für Technische Chemie, Jena, DE, Dec 2005 (invited)
6Brand S. Pflanzliche Polyketidsynthasen des Typ III in Wachendorfia thyrsiflora (Haemodoraceae). Leibniz-Institut für Meereswissenschaften an der Universität Kiel, Kiel, DE, Dec 2005 (invited)
7Baldwin I.T. Using genetically modified plants to study ecological interactions. Tufts University, Boston, US, Dec 2005 (invited)
8Heckel D.G. Research at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology. Hexima Cotton, Melbourne, AU, Dec 2005 (invited)
9Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore. Kékulé Institute for Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, Bonn, DE, Dec 2005 (invited)
10Boland W. Überleben mit Duft : Pflanzen contra Herbivore. NUGI - Netzwerk Universität, Gymnasien, Industrie, University of Ulm, Ulm, DE, Nov 2005 (invited)
11Davis A. Gerbil networks: analysis possibilities. Universität Halle, Institut für Zoologie, Halle (Saale), DE, Nov 2005
12Gershenzon J. The power of plant perfumes: volatile terpenes protect plants against insect herbivores. MPG-Symposium der Biologisch-Medizinischen Sektion, Berlin, DE, Nov 2005 (invited)
13Mithöfer A. Aspects of (chemical) signalling in plant-herbivore interactions. GSF München-Neuherberg, München, DE, Nov 2005 (invited)
14Schmidt A. Pflanzen contra Herbivore – Überleben mit Chemie. Gymnasium Greiz, Greiz, DE, Nov 2005 (invited)
15Svatoš A. Desaturation of fatty acids in chemical communication of insects. LIBLICE 2005, Liblice, CZ, Nov 2005 (invited)
16Mitchell-Olds T. Comparative Evolutionary and Ecological Genomics of Arabidopis Relatives. University of Toronto, Dept. of Botany, Toronto, CA, Nov 2005 (invited)
17Schmid K. A population genomics approach to investigate demography and selection in Arabidopsis thaliana. 2nd DFG/NSF Research Conference: Understanding Species Diversity on Earth – Unifying Field, Museum and Laboratory Scientists in Global Biodiversity Study, Washington, DC, US, Nov 2005 (invited)
18Burse A. Chemische Abwehr bei Blattkäferlarven: Charakterisierung früher Stufen der Iridoidbiosynthese. 30. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Max-Planck-Institut für chemische Ökologie, Jena, DE, Nov 2005
19Spiteller D. Biosynthese der Nitrilgruppe im Borrelidin. 30. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Max-Planck-Institut für chemische Ökologie, Jena, DE, Nov 2005
20Spiteller D. Biosynthese der Nitrilgruppe im Borrelidin. 30. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Max-Planck-Institut für chemische Ökologie, Jena, DE, Nov 2005
21Wichard T. Neue halogenierte Kohlenwasserstoffe aus marinen Kieselalgen. 30. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Max-Planck-Institut für chemische Ökologie, Jena, DE, Nov 2005
22Mitchell-Olds T. Comparative evolutionary and ecological genomics of Arabidopsis relatives. 3rd Annual Ecological Genomics Symposium, Kansas City, US, Nov 2005 (invited)
23Baldwin I.T. Plant-insect interactions in the real world. Common colloquium of the Max Planck Institutes in Tübingen, MPI for Developmental Biology, Tübingen, DE, Nov 2005 (invited)
24Degenhardt J. Diversification for defense: the role of the maize terpene synthase gene family in multitrophic interactions. Seminar series TU München, Technische Universität München, Institut für Genetik, München, DE, Nov 2005 (invited)
25Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore. Institute of Pharmaceutical Biology, Bonn, DE, Nov 2005 (invited)
26Clauss M. Evolution of herbivore defense in Arabidopsis lyrata. University of Würzburg, Department of Botany, Würzburg, DE, Nov 2005 (invited)
27Schmid K. Multilocus analysis of genetic variation in Arabidopsis thaliana: What are the roles of demography and natural selection? Brown University, Providence, RI, US, Nov 2005 (invited)
28Gershenzon J. A toast to Tom and his terpenes. Symposium in Honor of the Retirement of Dr. Tom Mabry, Austin, TX, US, Oct 2005 (invited)
29Vogel H. Defenses and counter-defenses in plant-insects interactions - A tale from two sides. APCE 2005 5th Asia-Pacific Congress of Entomology and Chemical Ecology, Jeju, KR, Oct 2005 (invited)
30Pandey S.P. Molecular basis of ecological sophistication: herbivore attack and plant defence. Centre for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, IN, Oct 2005 (invited)
31Mitchell-Olds T. Comparative evolutionary and ecological genomics of Arabidopsis relatives. Plant Genetics 2005 "Mechanisms of Genetic Variation" (ASPB), Snowbird, UT, US, Oct 2005 (invited)
32Seyfferth J. Biosynthese von Blüten- und Blätterduftstoffen - verfolgt anhand stabiler Isotopen. German Association for Stable Isotope Research (GASIR) Annual Meeting 2005, Jena, DE, Oct 2005
33Søe A.R.B. de novo biosyntheses versus sequestration of defense compounds in leaf beetles - a mechanistic approach by stable isotopes and molecular biological techniques. German Association for Stable Isotope Research (GASIR) Annual Meeting 2005, Jena, DE, Oct 2005
34Abel C. Arabidopsis thaliana and close relatives - a model system for the evolution of plant volatile biosynthesis. 5. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2005
35Asbach J. Chemical polymorphism and terpene biosynthesis in Thymus vulgaris L. 5. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2005
36Benderoth M. Comparative Evolutionary Analysis of Glucosinolate Biosynthesis Genes and Enzymes in Arabidopsis and its Relatives. 5. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2005
37Burow M. Tissue- and cell-specific expression of the epithiospecifier protein in Arabidopsis thaliana. 5. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2005
38Kost C. Lima bean neighbourhood watch - Herbivore-induced volatiles induce an indirect defence in neighbouring plants. 5. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2005
39Leitner M. Comparison of defences induced by piercing-sucking and chewing herbivores in Medicago truncatula. 5. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2005
40Mithöfer A. MecWorm, a novel tool to study plant-herbivore interactions. 5. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2005 (invited)
41Schulze B. Profiling of labile plant oxylipins by in situ derivatization with pentafluorobenzyl hydroxylamine. 5. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2005
42Kunert G. Wing induction in aphids - a new function in aphid alarm pheromone. Jahrestagung der DZG, Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuth, DE, Oct 2005
43Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore. Institut de Recherche sur la Biologie de l'Insecte, Tours, FR, Oct 2005 (invited)
44Schmid K. Evolutionary genomics in the genus Arabidopsis: Finding adaptive trait genes. University College, Dublin, IE, Oct 2005 (invited)
45Schmid K. Evolutionary genomics in the genus Arabidopsis: Finding adaptive trait genes. University of Cork, Cork, IE, Oct 2005 (invited)
46Huang M. Understanding the physiological function of the volatile terpenoids in Arabidopsis. ISONET project meeting, Benediktbeuern, DE, Sep 2005
47Sánchez-Moreiras A. Terpeniod induction and oxidative damage in Arabidopsis thaliana plants. ISONET project meeting, Benediktbeuern, DE, Sep 2005
48Gherghel F. Vergleich der Ektomykorrhiza-Biodiversität in belasteten und unbelasteten Böden an Quercus robur. 4th Symposium on remediation in Jena ("Jenaer Sanierungskolloqium"), Jena, DE, Sep 2005
49Schneider B. Biosynthesis of brassinosteroids in rye via 2,3-epoxy intermediates. 21th Conference on Isoprenoids, Bialowieza, PL, Sep 2005 (invited)
50Kunert G. Developmental plasticity in aphids in response to natural enemies. Ecole Nationale Superieure Agronomique de Rennes, Université de Rennes, Rennes, FR, Sep 2005
51Kroymann J. Quantitative Genetics of Complex Traits. Plant Genomics European Meeting (Plant GEMs 4), Amsterdam, NL, Sep 2005 (invited)
52Fontana A. Mycorrhiza-mediated below ground communication: a hypothesis. Meeting, Uni Mail, Neuchâtel, CH, Sep 2005 (invited)
53Brand S. The second step of diarylheptanoid biosynthesis and the need of conventional protein purification methods. 2nd NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Quedlinburg, DE, Sep 2005
54Li S.H. Some phytochemical experience in China. 2nd NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Quedlinburg, DE, Sep 2005
55Muck A. 1st Year of the Proteomic Facility MPI-ICE. 2nd NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Quedlinburg, DE, Sep 2005
56Munde T. Oxidative pathways of the phenylphenalenone biosynthesis. 2nd NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Quedlinburg, DE, Sep 2005
57Schneider B. NMR contributions to plant analysis II: structure elucidation of petal pigments from Island poppy. 2nd NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Quedlinburg, DE, Sep 2005
58Boland W. Überleben mit Duft - Verteidigungsstrategien von Pflanzen gegen Fraßfeinde. Münchner Wissenschaftstage, München, DE, Sep 2005 (invited)
59Boland W. Herbivore-Induced volatiles in Plant Defense: Early and late events in enemy-recognition and response. Yamada Symposium on Key Natural Organic Molecules in Biological Systems, Awaji-Shima, JP, Sep 2005 (invited)
60Schmid K. Evolutionary genomics in the genus Arabidopsis. Workshop on Plant Biodiversity, Istituto Agrario San Michele all'Adige, Trento, IT, Sep 2005 (invited)
61Baldwin I.T. Plant-Herbivore Interactions. Environmental signaling: Arabidopsis as a model - PhD summerschool, Utrecht University, Utrecht, NL, Aug 2005 (invited)
62Baldwin I.T. Oxylipins in plant-herbivore interactions: Tales from Nicotiana attenuata in the real world. 2nd European Symposium on Plant Lipids, European Federation for the Science and Technology of Lipids, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, DK, Aug 2005 (invited)
63de Meaux J. Evolution of chalcone synthase cis-regulation in the Arabidopsis genus. 10th Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Krakow, PL, Aug 2005
64Wichard T. High variabilty of eicosanoid-transformation in lower plants. 2nd European Symposium on Plant Lipids, European Federation for the Science and Technology of Lipids, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, DK, Aug 2005
65Baldwin I.T. Using genetically modified plants to study ecological interactions. The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Copenhagen, DK, Aug 2005 (invited)
66D'Auria J. What does it mean to smell green? The molecular and biochemical characterization of a plant acyltransferase responsible for producing green leaf volatile esters. "Integrative Plant Biochemistry as We Approach 2010!", Phytochemical Society of North America, La Jolla, CA, US, Aug 2005
67D'Auria J. What Does it Mean to Smell Green? The Molecular and Biochemical Characterization of a Plant Acyltransferase Responsible for Producing Greenl Volatile Esters. "Integrative Plant Biochemistry as We Approach 2010!", Phytochemical Society of North America, La Jolla, CA, US, Aug 2005 (invited)
68Degenhardt J. Diversification for Defense: the Role of the Maize Terpene Synthase Gene Family in Multitrophic Interactions. "Integrative Plant Biochemistry as We Approach 2010!", Phytochemical Society of North America, La Jolla, CA, US, Aug 2005 (invited)
69Brand S. The involvement of polyketide synthases type III in the biosynthesis of diarylheptanoids. FEBS International Summerschool "Chemistry meets Biology", Federation of European Biochemical Societies, Spetses Island, GR, Jul 2005
70Burse A. Characterization of early stages of the iridoid biosynthesis in larvae of the leaf beetle Phaedon cochleariae. 21st ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Washington, DC, US, Jul 2005
71Halitschke R. Genetically silenced defense responses: Consequences for the herbivore community composition on Nicotiana attenua. 21st ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Washington, DC, US, Jul 2005 (invited)
72Heil M. Physiological and molecular adaptations stabilizing symbiotic ant-plant mutualisms. 21st ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Washington, DC, US, Jul 2005
73Mithöfer A. MecWorm, a novel tool to study plant-herbivore interactions. 21st ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Washington, DC, US, Jul 2005
74Clauss M. Evolution of plant defenses in Arabidopsis lyrata within the context of a natural herbivore community. 17th International Botanical Congress, Vienna, AT, Jul 2005
75Degenhardt J. The terpene synthase family in maize and its role in defense against herbivory. 17th International Botanical Congress, Vienna, AT, Jul 2005 (invited)
76Gershenzon J. The terpene synthase gene family: tools for ecological and evolutionary studies and metabolic engineering. 17th International Botanical Congress, Vienna, AT, Jul 2005 (invited)
77Sánchez-Moreiras A. Terpenoid induction and oxidative damage in Arabidopsis thaliana plants. 17th International Botanical Congress, Vienna, AT, Jul 2005
78Schmid K. Molecular population genetics of pollen-coat genes in the self-fertilizing Arabidopsis thaliana and the outcrossing Arabidopsis lyrata. 17th International Botanical Congress, Vienna, AT, Jul 2005
79Schranz M.E. Independent ancient polyploidy events in the sister families Brassicaceae and Capparaceae. 17th International Botanical Congress, Vienna, AT, Jul 2005
80Tholl D. Arabidopsis - a model for molecular approaches in plant volatile biology. 17th International Botanical Congress, Vienna, AT, Jul 2005 (invited)
81D'Auria J. What does it mean to smell green? University of California, Davis, Plant Science Department, Davis, CA, US, Jul 2005
82Scheirs J.A. Integrating optimal foraging and optimal oviposition theory in plant- insect research. SFB Symposium on "Mechanisms and evolution of arthropod behaviour - brain, individual, social group", Würzburg, DE, Jul 2005 (invited)
83Schulze B. Oxylipine als Signalmoleküle bei pflanzlichen Stressreaktionen. Pharmazeutische Chemie, Jena, DE, Jul 2005 (invited)
84Heckel D.G. Genetic approaches to analyzing the role of insect cytochromes p450 in resistance to xenobiotic compounds. Institut für Umweltforschung, Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen, Aachen, DE, Jul 2005 (invited)
85Schneider B. Aktuelle Naturstoffchemische Anwendungen der NMR-Spektroskopie. Chemisch-Geowissenschaftliche Fakultät, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Jena, DE, Jun 2005 (invited)
86Pohnert G. Chemical signals in the aqueous environment: Production, perception and potential effects on community structures. ASLO Summer Meeting 2005, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography ASLO, Santiago de Compostella, ES, Jun 2005
87Wichard T. Formation and impact of polyunsaturated aldehydes during the phytoplankton succession. ASLO Summer Meeting 2005, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography ASLO, Santiago de Compostella, ES, Jun 2005
88Mitchell-Olds T. Evolution of ecologically important traits in relatives of Arabidopsis. 16th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research, Madison, Wisconsin, US, Jun 2005
89Burow M. Sulfur in plant-insect interactions - the chemical ecology of glucosinolate hydrolysis. Wissenschaftliches Kolloquium "40 Jahre Schwefelforschung", Hannover, DE, Jun 2005 (invited)
90Fenning T. Efforts to produce transgenic Norway spruce with genes from the terpenoid biosynthetic pathway. CONDEF (Conifer Defence Project) Workshop 2005, Oppurg, DE, Jun 2005
91Gershenzon J. Poisons or pastes: What are the modes of action of terpenes serving as conifer defense? CONDEF (Conifer Defence Project) Workshop 2005, Oppurg, DE, Jun 2005 (invited)
92Li S.H. Phytochemical investigations on the defense compounds of Norway spruce. CONDEF (Conifer Defence Project) Workshop 2005, Oppurg, DE, Jun 2005
93Phillips M. The induced defense response in spruce liquid suspension culture: Molecular characterization of isoprenoid biosynthesis. CONDEF (Conifer Defence Project) Workshop 2005, Oppurg, DE, Jun 2005
94Schmidt A. Involvement of prenyltransferases in chemical defense of Norway spruce (Picea abies). CONDEF (Conifer Defence Project) Workshop 2005, Oppurg, DE, Jun 2005
95Zeneli G. Another piece in the puzzle: Norway spruce volatile terpenes and protection against oxidative stress. CONDEF (Conifer Defence Project) Workshop 2005, Oppurg, DE, Jun 2005
96Fenning T. What factors may initiate and control plants insect-specific wound responses? And the significance of the Ulmus campestris - Xanthogaleruca luteola system to this. Freie Universität Berlin, Institut für Angewandte Zoologie, Berlin, DE, Jun 2005 (invited)
97Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore. University of Zürich, Department of Botany, Zurich, CH, Jun 2005 (invited)
98Boland W. Überleben mit Duft - Pflanze contra Herbivore. Ernst-Abbe Kolloquium, Jena, DE, Jun 2005 (invited)
99Kroymann J. Quantitative Genetics of Complex Traits. NATURAL Workshop, Madrid, ES, Jun 2005
100Muck A. Design and performance of co-polymer MALDI targets for analysis of proteins. 3rd ProtNet Seminar, Jena, DE, Jun 2005
101Schmid K. The effect of demography and selection on patterns of genetic variation in Arabidopsis thaliana. Department of Biology, Munich University, Munich, DE, Jun 2005 (invited)
102Schwachtje J. The role of SnRK1 kinases for plant tolerance against herbivory. Institut für Chemie und Dynamik der Geosphäre ICG II: Phytosphäre Froschungszentrum Jülich, Jülich, DE, May 2005 (invited)
103Clauss M. Ecology and evolutionary genetics of plant defense. Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzengenetik und Kulturpflanzenforschung (IPK), Gatersleben, DE, May 2005 (invited)
104Schranz M.E. Polyploidy and life history evolution in the Brassicaceae. Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzengenetik und Kulturpflanzenforschung (IPK), Gatersleben, DE, May 2005 (invited)
105Baldwin I.T. Using genetically modified plants to study ecological interactions. Harvard Plant Biology Symposium, Harvard University, Boston, US, May 2005 (invited)
106Baldwin I.T. Chemical Ecology, Ecology, and Evolution. MOEL Conference "Science and Art in Europe", Max-Planck-Institut für Biogeochemie, Jena, DE, May 2005 (invited)
107Heckel D.G. Non-model insects as model systems in chemical ecology. MOEL Conference "Science and Art in Europe", Max-Planck-Institut für Biogeochemie, Jena, DE, May 2005 (invited)
108Kroymann J. Chemical Ecology & Genomics. MOEL Conference "Science and Art in Europe", Max-Planck-Institut für Biogeochemie, Jena, DE, May 2005
109Reineke A. New insights on the role of Venturia canescens virus-like particles in parasitoid-host-interactions. Cell Biology Seminar, University of Bern, Bern, CH, May 2005 (invited)
110Leitner M. Vergleich induzierter Verteidigung in Medicago truncatula gegen Herbivoren mit unterschiedlichem Fraßverhalten. 29. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Halle (Saale), DE, May 2005
111Wiesemeier T. Wahrnehmung flüchtiger Stoffe durch marine Herbivoren und ihre Rolle in der chemischen Verteidigung von Makroalgen. 29. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Halle (Saale), DE, May 2005
112Kroymann J. Functional & Evolutionary Genomics of Arabidopsis & Friends. Mini-Symposium "Functional & Comparative Genomics of Plants", Zurich, CH, May 2005 (invited)
113Pohnert G. Die Rolle von Oxylipinen und Terpenen in der Verteidigung von Algen. Symrise, Holzminden, DE, May 2005
114Schmid K. Evolutionary genomics of Arabidopsis thaliana: Searching for Footprints of Natural Selection. Institute of Plant Biology, University of Zurich, Zurich, CH, May 2005 (invited)
115Mitchell-Olds T. Functional and adaptive significance of natural variation in relatives of Arabidopsis. Symposium "Current Themes in Ecology": Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics, Wageningen, NL, Apr 2005 (invited)
116Baldwin I.T. Oxylipins in plant-herbivore interactions : Tales from Nicotiana attenuata in the real world. 6eme Colloque National de la SFBV, Société Francaise de Biologie Végétale, Arcachon, FR, Apr 2005 (invited)
117Arimura G.i. A manifold signalling network associated with herbivory-induced, indirect defence in a legume. TERPNET 2005 - 7th international meeting dedicated to reporting on the latest advances in the chemistry and biology of terpenes and isoprenoids, Wageningen, NL, Apr 2005
118Degenhardt J. The role of maize sesquiterpene hydrocarbons as signals in multitrophic interactions. TERPNET 2005 - 7th international meeting dedicated to reporting on the latest advances in the chemistry and biology of terpenes and isoprenoids, Wageningen, NL, Apr 2005
119Gershenzon J. Taking control of terpene metabolism in plants: from endogenous regulation to bioengineering. TERPNET 2005 - 7th international meeting dedicated to reporting on the latest advances in the chemistry and biology of terpenes and isoprenoids, Wageningen, NL, Apr 2005 (invited)
120Sánchez-Moreiras A. The role of volatile terpenes in protection against abiotic stress in Arabidopsis thaliana. TERPNET 2005 - 7th international meeting dedicated to reporting on the latest advances in the chemistry and biology of terpenes and isoprenoids, Wageningen, NL, Apr 2005
121Tholl D. Constitutive and induced terpene volatile biosynthesis in the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana. TERPNET 2005 - 7th international meeting dedicated to reporting on the latest advances in the chemistry and biology of terpenes and isoprenoids, Wageningen, NL, Apr 2005
122Mithöfer A. Von Signalmolekülen zu Abwehrreaktionen: Mechanismen der pflanzlichen Verteidigung. Universität Regensburg, Regensburg, DE, Apr 2005 (invited)
123Reineke A. Understanding biotic interactions in entomology and plant protection: A molecular aproach. Forschungsanstalt Geisenheim/Fachhochschule Wiesbaden, Geisenheim, DE, Apr 2005 (invited)
124Schmid K. Evolutionary Genomic Approaches to Identifying Adaptive Trait Genes in Arabidopsis. Dept. of Biology, Pennsylvania State University, State College, US, Apr 2005
125Baldwin I.T. Chemical ecology in the real world. lecture at IGERT program, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia , US, Apr 2005 (invited)
126Baldwin I.T. Why entomologists continue to push the frontiers of plant-insect interactions? Annual meeting of the German Zoological Society, Bayreuth University, Bayreuth, DE, Apr 2005 (invited)
127Boland W. Überleben mit Duft: Pflanzen contra Herbivore. Inhoffen-Vorlesung, Gesellschaft für Biotechnologische Forschung (GBF), Braunschweig, DE, Apr 2005 (invited)
128Boland W. Lipid biochemistry and the sexual pheromone of Ectocarpus. First symposium on the biology of the model brown alga Ectocarpus siliculosus, Roscoff, FR, Apr 2005 (invited)
129Delaroque N. EsV-1 genome is integrated into its host genome as a series of small DNA pieces. Fourth algal virus workshop, Amsterdam, NL, Apr 2005
130Delaroque N. Unusual lifestyle of the giant Ectocarpus siliculosus virus. First symposium on the biology of the model brown alga Ectocarpus siliculosus, Roscoff, FR, Apr 2005
131Pohnert G. Dynamische chemische Verteidigungsstrategien von Algen. University Rostock, Rostock, DE, Apr 2005 (invited)
132Pohnert G. Defense and repair: Wound responses of unicellular algae. Volkswagenstiftung, Hannover, DE, Apr 2005 (invited)
133Schmid K. Evolutionary genomics of Arabidopsis thaliana: Searching for Footprints of Natural Selection. Institute of Animal Breeding and Genetics, University of Veterniary Medicine, Vienna, AT, Apr 2005 (invited)
134Baldwin I.T. Costs and benefits of plant resistance traits. Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences CAS, Beijing, CN, Mar 2005 (invited)
135Baldwin I.T. Plant herbivore interactions: tales from Nicotiana attenuata. Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences CAS, Beijing, CN, Mar 2005 (invited)
136Baldwin I.T. Oxylipin signaling in the real world. Institute of Genetic and Development Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences CAS, Beijing, CN, Mar 2005 (invited)
137Boland W. Sequestration of Plant Derived Glycosides by Leaf Beetles; a Model for Adaptation and Evolution. Entomologentagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für allgemeine und angewandte Entomologie DGaaE, Dresden, DE, Mar 2005 (invited)
138Reineke A. Molekulare Analyse von Parasitoid-Wirt-Interaktionen: Neue Erkenntnisse zu Funktion und Herkunft von Virus-ähnlichen Partikeln (VLPs) der Schlupfwespe Venturia canescens (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae). Entomologentagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für allgemeine und angewandte Entomologie DGaaE, Dresden, DE, Mar 2005
139Baldwin I.T. Complex ecological adaptations and polyploid speciation. Hangzhou University, Hangzhou, CN, Mar 2005 (invited)
140Degenhardt J. The terpene synthase family in Zea mays and its role in defense against herbivory. 47th Annual Maize Genetic Conference, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, US, Mar 2005
141Baldwin I.T. Use of GMOs for field ecological work. APHIS meeting, Washington, DC, US, Mar 2005 (invited)
142Muck A. Fast Prototyping of Hydrophobic Disposable Polymer Support Arrays for Matrix-assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry of Proteins by Atmospheric Molding. 38. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Massenspektrometrie, Rostock, DE, Mar 2005
143Heckel D.G. Unified molecular linkage maps for the Lepidoptera. National Institute of Agronomical Sciences (NIAS) - Center of Excellence, Tsukuba, JP, Mar 2005 (invited)
144Clauss M. Biology of the other Arabidopsis. Symposium "Arabidopsis lyrata Working Group", Leeds University, Leeds, GB, Mar 2005 (invited)
145Pohnert G. Induktion und Aktivierung von Biosynthesewegen zur dynamischen Generierung neuer aktiver Prinzipien. Leibniz-Institut für Naturstoff-Forschung und Infektionsbiologie e. V. – Hans-Knöll-Institut, Jena, DE, Mar 2005 (invited)
146Kost C. Two induced defences benefit Lima bean in nature. 17. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA, Irsee, DE, Feb 2005
147Mitchell-Olds T. Evolutionary significance of ecologically important variation in Arabidopsis relatives. Gordon Research Conference - Quantitative Genetics and Genomics, Ventura, CA, US, Feb 2005 (invited)
148Piel J. Das Juniorforum Naturstoffe stellt sich vor. 17. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA, Irsee, DE, Feb 2005
149Pohnert G. Chemisch mediierte Interaktionen im Plankton: Wie sich einzellige Kieselalgen im offenen Ozean verteidigen können. 17. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA, Irsee, DE, Feb 2005
150Degenhardt J. The evolution of mono- and sesquiterpene diversity in maize. 4. Colloquium of the Focus Program SPP1152, Halle (Saale), DE, Feb 2005 (invited)
151Mitchell-Olds T. Ecological Genomics of Insect Resistance in Arabidopsis Relatives. Center for Medical, Agricultural, and Veterinary Entomology, United States Department Of Agriculture, Gainesville, FL, US, Feb 2005 (invited)
152Sánchez-Moreiras A. Protein profile of lettuce plants after biotic and abiotic stress. 1st Congress of the Spanish Proteomic Society, Córdoba, ES, Feb 2005
153Mithöfer A. Mechanismen der pflanzlichen Verteidigung: Signalmoleküle, ‘Signalling’ und Abwehrreaktionen. Biologisches Kolloquium, Universität Osnabrück, Osnabrück, DE, Feb 2005 (invited)
154Pfalz M. Insect Resistance in Arabidopsis thaliana. GABI-génoplante Status Meeting, Potsdam, DE, Feb 2005
155Schneider B. Anwendung der NMR-Spektroskopie in Metabolismus-Studien IV. Graduierten Kolleg "Adaptive physiol.-biochem. Reaktionen auf ökologisch relevante Wirkstoffe", Institut für Biochemie-Biotechnologie, Universität Halle, Halle (Saale), DE, Jan 2005 (invited)
156Baldwin I.T. Nicotiana attenuata - a model for Biorhizal research. BIORHIZ workshop, Netherlands Institute of Ecology, Wageningen, NL, Jan 2005 (invited)
157Schmid K. Population genomics of Arabidopsis thaliana: What are the roles of demographic history and selection. Center of Biotechnology (CeBiTec), Bielefeld University, Bielefeld, DE, Jan 2005 (invited)
158Pohnert G. Dynamic chemical defense reactions of algae. Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, CH, Jan 2005 (invited)
159Pohnert G. Die oxylipin basierte chemische Verteidigung von Diatomeen. TU Dresden, Dresden, DE, Jan 2005 (invited)
2004
1Asbach J. Ätherische Öle als Schutz gegen Fraßfeinde in Lippenblütlern. Schülervortrag, MPI für Chemische Ökologie, Jena, DE, Dec 2004
2Boland W. Recent advances on carbon isotope discrimination in the interaction between plants and Herbivores. University of Turino, Botany Department, Turino, IT, Dec 2004 (invited)
3Pohnert G. Dynamic defense strategies of algae. Georgia Tech University, Atlanta, US, Dec 2004 (invited)
4Pohnert G. Regulation und Funktion von dynamischen Verteidigungsstrategien in Algen. University Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, DE, Dec 2004 (invited)
5Pohnert G. Regulation und Funktion von dynamischen Verteidigungsstrategien in Algen. University Halle, Halle (Saale), DE, Dec 2004 (invited)
6Pohnert G. Mechanisms and function of dynamic chemical defense reactions in algae. Univesity Göttingen, Göttingen, DE, Dec 2004 (invited)
7Degenhardt J. The biosynthesis of terpenoids in Origanum vulgare and Saovia officinalis. INTESY-Projekttreffen, Athens, GR, Nov 2004
8Schulze B. Biotic and heavy metal stress response in plants: evidence for common signals. International Workshop - Present State and Future Perspectives of Restoration Ecology, Jena, DE, Nov 2004
9Piel J. Uncultivated bacterial symbionts: opportunities and challenges in drug development. Harvard Medical School, Harvard, US, Nov 2004 (invited)
10Gershenzon J. Der Wald ruft: molecular and biochemical approaches to the study of chemical defenses in conifers. Frontiers in Plant Physiology Symposium in Honor of Prof. Hubert Ziegler's 80th Birthday, Weihenstephan, DE, Nov 2004 (invited)
11Mithöfer A. Plants under attack: Recognition and chemical signalling. Universidad Peruana Cayetano, Lima, PE, Nov 2004 (invited)
12Boland W. Evolution der Wehrchemie heimischer Blattkäfer. CHEMGEO aktuell, Chemisch-Geowissenschaftlichen Fakultät, Jena, DE, Nov 2004 (invited)
13Mithöfer A. Plants under attack II: Recognition and chemical signalling. Ponteficia Universidad Catolica del Peru, Lima, PE, Nov 2004 (invited)
14Piel J. Uncultured bacterial symbionts: opportunities and challenges in drug discovery. GMBIM/BMP Conference of the Society of Industrial Microbiology, San Diego, Ca, US, Nov 2004 (invited)
15Baldwin I.T. Deciphering the herbivore-induced transcriptomes of Nicotiana attenuata and Solanum nigrum. Annual meeting of the Entomological Society of America 2004, Section F Symposium: Molecular Analysis of Host Plant Resistance to Insect Herbovores, Entomological Society of America, Salt Lake City, US, Nov 2004 (invited)
16de Meaux J. Evolución de la región promotora de la chalcon-sintasa en el género Arabidopsis. XV Seminario de Genética de Poblaciones y Evolución, Sigüenza, ES, Nov 2004
17Ramos Onsins S. Análisis multilocus de variabilidad nucleotídica y detección de procesos demográficos en poblaciones naturales. XV Seminario de Genética de Poblaciones y Evolución, Sigüenza, ES, Nov 2004
18Baldwin I.T. The value of using genetically modified plants for studying plant-herbivore interactions in nature. Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich, Zürich, CH, Nov 2004 (invited)
19Piel J. Bacterial symbionts: new prospects for drug development. Symposium of the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei "Chemistry and Biology: the transition between the two centuries", Rome, IT, Nov 2004 (invited)
20Baldwin I.T. A historical view of the plant defense literature. IMPRS The Exploration of Ecological Interacitons with Molecular and Chemical Techniques, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Nov 2004 (invited)
21Kost C. Induced defences in Lima beans. IMPRS The Exploration of Ecological Interacitons with Molecular and Chemical Techniques, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Nov 2004
22Boland W. Plant defense-inducing N-acylglutamines from insect guts: structural diversity and microbe assisted biosynthesis. The BCPC International Congress, Crop Science & Technology, Glasgow, GB, Nov 2004 (invited)
23Pfalz M. New Arabidopsis RILs & Insect Resistance QTL. NATURAL Workshop, Golm, DE, Nov 2004
24Pohnert G. Dynamische Verteidigungsstrategien im aquatischen Lebensraum. DFG Symposium Chemische Ökologie, , Nov 2004
25Boland W. The molecular basis of sequestration in the leaf beetles. Symposium of the Delwart Foundation "From Chemical Communication to Artificial Olfaction", Brussels, BE, Oct 2004 (invited)
26Piel J. Deterrents of the pederin family: A ‘Who Done It?’ story. Symposium of the Delwart Foundation "From Chemical Communication to Artificial Olfaction", Brussels, BE, Oct 2004 (invited)
27Baldwin I.T. Plant-insect signaling in the real world. 2nd EPSO Conference '04 "Interactions in Plant Biology: cells, plants and communities", University of Naples "Federico II", Ischia, IT, Oct 2004 (invited)
28Clauss M. Ecological and Evolutionary Functional Genetics of Plant Defense. 2nd EPSO Conference '04 "Interactions in Plant Biology: cells, plants and communities", University of Naples "Federico II", Ischia, IT, Oct 2004 (invited)
29Büchler R. Wer synthetisiert N-Acyl-Aminosäuren im Insektendarm? Äkta User Club, Breisach, DE, Oct 2004 (invited)
30Schachtschabel D. New Aspects of Trisporoids as Communication Signals in Zygomycetes. 28. Fränkisch-Mitteldeutsches Naturstoffchemiker-Treffen, Leipzig, DE, Oct 2004
31Benderoth M. Comparative Evolutionary Analysis of Methylthioalkylmalate Synthase Genes & Enzymes in the Capparales - Progress Report. 3rd Colloquium of the Priority Programme 1152 "Evolution of Metabolic Diversity" (EvoMet), Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2004
32Wu J. The evolution of proteinase inhibitor defense mechanism during polyploidy speciation in Nicotiana native to North America. 3rd Colloquium of the Priority Programme 1152 "Evolution of Metabolic Diversity" (EvoMet), Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2004 (invited)
33Pohnert G. Chemische Verteidigungsreaktionen von Algen. Technical University of Braunschweig, Braunschweig, DE, Oct 2004 (invited)
34Boland W. 6-Substituted Indanoyl-Isoleucine-Conjugates: Powerful and Tunable Inducers of Plant Defense Responses. Germany-Japan Seminar on Molecular Regulation of Plant Secondary Metabolism, Chiba University, Chiba, JP, Sep 2004 (invited)
35Degenhardt J. Biochemistry and molecular regulation of volatile sesquiterpene biosynthesis in maize (Zea mays). Germany-Japan Seminar on Molecular Regulation of Plant Secondary Metabolism, Chiba University, Chiba, JP, Sep 2004 (invited)
36Huang M. Investigation of cytochrome P450 enzymes involved in sesquiterpene biosynthesis in Artemisia annua and Citrus paradisi. ISONET VOCBAS Summer School, Pieve Tesino, IT, Sep 2004
37Baldwin I.T. The costs and benefits of plant chemical defense against herbivores. Colloquium on "Plant-Insect Interactions", John Innes Centre, Norwich, GB, Sep 2004 (invited)
38Kroymann J. Arabidopsis Natural Variation & Insect Resistance. Colloquium on "Plant-Insect Interactions", John Innes Centre, Norwich, GB, Sep 2004 (invited)
39Schmid K. Are oleosine-like pollen coat proteins involved in species recognition? A comparative analysis of sequence polymorphism and divergence in Arabidopsis species with different breeding systems. Workshop: Pollination Biology -- News and Perspectives?, La Fouly, CH, Sep 2004
40Baldwin I.T. The costs and benefits of herbivore defenses. 9th International Congress of Endocytobiology and Symbiosis, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena, DE, Sep 2004 (invited)
41Gershenzon J. Plant defense and insect counter-defense: the chemical ecology of glucosinolates. 9th International Congress of Endocytobiology and Symbiosis, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena, DE, Sep 2004 (invited)
42Mithöfer A. Molecular aspects of defence induction and suppression in soybean. 9th International Congress of Endocytobiology and Symbiosis, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena, DE, Sep 2004
43Tholl D. Arabidopsis as a model system for the biosynthesis, regulation and function of terpenes in plant environment interactions. 9th International Congress of Endocytobiology and Symbiosis, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena, DE, Sep 2004
44Baldwin I.T. The value of using genetically modified plants for studying plant-herbivore interactions in nature. Botanikertagung 2004, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Vereinigung für Angewandte Botanik, Braunschweig, DE, Sep 2004 (invited)
45Baldwin I.T. Maintenance of polygenetic adaptions during allopolyploid speciation. Botanikertagung 2004, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Vereinigung für Angewandte Botanik, Braunschweig, DE, Sep 2004 (invited)
46Degenhardt J. Ecological investigations of volatile terpene biosynthesis in maize after herbivore damage. Botanikertagung 2004, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Vereinigung für Angewandte Botanik, Braunschweig, DE, Sep 2004
47Gershenzon J. Plant defense and insect counteradaptation: the chemical ecology of the glucosinolate-myrosinase system. Botanikertagung 2004, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Vereinigung für Angewandte Botanik, Braunschweig, DE, Sep 2004 (invited)
48Heckel D.G. Genetic approaches to analyzing insect adaptation to antiherbivory compounds from plants. Botanikertagung 2004, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Vereinigung für Angewandte Botanik, Braunschweig, DE, Sep 2004 (invited)
49Heil M. Chemical composition of ant food produced by Acacia myrmecophytes. Botanikertagung 2004, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Vereinigung für Angewandte Botanik, Braunschweig, DE, Sep 2004
50Mithöfer A. 5. The impact of wounding on volatile emission during herbivore attack. Botanikertagung 2004, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Vereinigung für Angewandte Botanik, Braunschweig, DE, Sep 2004
51Wu J. The evolution of herbivore-specific expression of proteinase inhibitors during polyploidy speciation in Nicotiana native to North America. Botanikertagung 2004, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Vereinigung für Angewandte Botanik, Braunschweig, DE, Sep 2004 (invited)
52Bartram S. Are iridoids in leaf beetle larvae synthesized de novo or derived from plant precursors? Joint European Stable Isotope Users group Meeting JESIUM 2004, Vienna, AT, Sep 2004
53Schwartzberg E. Alarm pheromone emission and wing induction in pea aphids. Institutsseminar, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Institut für Ökologie, Jena, DE, Sep 2004
54Schwartzberg E. Alarm pheromone emission and wing induction in pea aphids. Seminar, Pennsylvania State University, Department of Entomology, University Park, PA, US, Sep 2004
55Navarro-Quezada A. An evolutionary genomics study of a tropinone reductase–like (TRL) gene family in Brassicaceae. Summer School for Molecular Evolution and Diversity, Nottingham University, Nottingham, GB, Aug 2004 (invited)
56de Meaux J. Potentiel évolutif des régions cis-régulatrices de la Chalcone Synthase chez Arabidopsis thaliana. Petit Pois Déridé 2004, Groupe de Biologie et Génétique des Populations, Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Jardin des Plantes, Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris, FR, Aug 2004
57de Meaux J. Molecular Polymorphisms of Ecological Relevance: Variation, Function, Evolutionary Context. ETH Zurich, Plant Pathology, Zurich, CH, Aug 2004
58Vogel H. Specialists - Clever manipulation of the major host plant defense. XII International Congress of Entomology, Brisbane, AU, Aug 2004
59Burow M. A transgenic approach to compare the effects of different glucosinolate hydrolysis products on generalist and specialist insect herbivores. 12th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships, Berlin, DE, Aug 2004
60Burse A. Localization of early stages of the mevalonate pathway in the iridoid-producing leaf beetle Phaedon cochleariae. 12th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships, Berlin, DE, Aug 2004
61Degenhardt J. Analysis of tritrophic interactions by manipulating the release of terpenoid volatiles with molecular and genetic techniques. 12th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships, Berlin, DE, Aug 2004
62Gershenzon J. Plant defense and insect counter-defense in the Brassicaceae: the chemical ecology of glucosinolate hydrolysis. 12th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships, Berlin, DE, Aug 2004 (invited)
63Heil M. Responses of herbivorous beetles to volatiles released by wild Lima bean (Phaseolus lunatus). 12th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships, Berlin, DE, Aug 2004
64Schulze B. Oxylipin monitoring in attacked Lima bean leaves and the feeding insect's gut. 12th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships, Berlin, DE, Aug 2004
65Kessler A., Halitschke R., Baldwin I.T. Silencing the jasmonate cascade: Influences of induced plant defenses on herbivore community composition. ESA Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Portland, OR, United States, US, Aug 2004
66Kunert G. Wing induction in aphids - a new function of aphid alarm pheromone. ESA Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Portland, OR, United States, US, Aug 2004
67Steppuhn A. Nicotine's defensive function in nature. ESA Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Portland, OR, United States, US, Aug 2004
68Piel J. Uncultivated symbionts: Prospects fort he sustainable production of animal-derived pharmaceuticals. ICNPR Conference of the American Society of Pharmacognosy, Phoenix, AZ, US, Aug 2004 (invited)
69Schneider B. Structure, biosynthesis and histochemical analysis of phenylphenalenone-related compounds from Xiphidium caeruleum (Haemodoraceae). ICNPR Conference of the American Society of Pharmacognosy, Phoenix, AZ, US, Aug 2004
70Boland W. Induction of plant volatile biosynthesis by herbivorous insects. 3rd International Conference of Comparative Physiology & Biochemistry in Africa, Ithala, ZA, Aug 2004 (invited)
71Boland W. Mechanical wounding resembling insect feeding is sufficient to elicit herbivory-related volatile emission. 20th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology and Phytochemical Society of North America, Ottawa, CA, Jul 2004 (invited)
72D'Auria J. Identification and characterization of an acyltransferase capable of producing the green leaf volatile, Z-3-hexen-1-yl acetate in A. thaliana. 20th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology and Phytochemical Society of North America, Ottawa, CA, Jul 2004
73Gershenzon J. Molecular regulation of induced chemical defenses in Norway spruce: tools for testing function. 20th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology and Phytochemical Society of North America, Ottawa, CA, Jul 2004 (invited)
74Pohnert G. The rapid bioactivation of secondary metabolites as wound response of Caulerpa taxifolia. 20th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology and Phytochemical Society of North America, Ottawa, CA, Jul 2004 (invited)
75Schmidt A. Characterization of prenyltransferases from Norway spruce - branch-point enzymes in biosynthesis of terpene resin. 20th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology and Phytochemical Society of North America, Ottawa, CA, Jul 2004
76Mitchell-Olds T. Natural Genetic Variation Within and Between Species. 15th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research, Berlin, DE, Jul 2004 (invited)
77Schulze B. Oxylipine und ihre Bedeutung für pflanzliche Abwehrmechanismen. Pharmazeutische Chemie, Jena, DE, Jul 2004
78Schmid K. Genome-wide identification and characterization of adaptive trait genes in Arabidopsis. 29th Meeting of the Federation of European Biochemical Societies (FEBS), Warsaw, PL, Jul 2004 (invited)
79Kroymann J. Insect Resistance in Arabidopsis. GABI-Génoplante Meeting on Arabidopsis Natural Diversity, Ministry of Research, Paris, FR, Jul 2004
80Lawton-Rauh A. Homoeologous Regulatory Gene Evolution in the Hawaiian Silversword Alliance. Evolution 2004, Society for the Study of Evolution, Society of Systematic Biologists, American Society of Naturalists, Fort Collins, US, Jun 2004
81Oyama R. From Gene to Species: Flower color and speciation in native Californian snapdragons (Antirrhinum). Evolution 2004, Society for the Study of Evolution, Society of Systematic Biologists, American Society of Naturalists, Fort Collins, US, Jun 2004
82Schranz M.E. Rapid genomic and phenotypic evolution in resynthesized Brassica polyploids. Evolution 2004, Society for the Study of Evolution, Society of Systematic Biologists, American Society of Naturalists, Fort Collins, US, Jun 2004
83Shumate A. Glucosinolate defense & insect response: genetic variation in two wild Arabidopsis relatives. Evolution 2004, Society for the Study of Evolution, Society of Systematic Biologists, American Society of Naturalists, Fort Collins, US, Jun 2004
84Piel J. Neue Ansätze in der mikrobiellen Wirkstoff-Forschung. Universität Saarbrücken, Saarbrücken, DE, Jun 2004 (invited)
85Paetz C. Synthese und Untersuchung lipophiler Platinverbindungen. 1st NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Königstein, DE, Jun 2004
86Schneider B. NMR contributions to plant analysis I: Isatis. 1st NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Königstein, DE, Jun 2004
87Piel J. Nichtkultivierte bakterielle Symbionten als Produzenten von Wirkstoffen aus Tieren. Humboldt-Universität Berlin, Berlin, DE, Jun 2004 (invited)
88Phillips M. Monoterpene synthases of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda). CONDEF (Conifer Defence Project) Workshop 2004, Ås, NO, Jun 2004
89Schmidt A. Characterization of prenyltransferases in Norway spruce - branch enzymes in terpene resin biosynthesis. CONDEF (Conifer Defence Project) Workshop 2004, Ås, NO, Jun 2004
90Schmidt A. Molecular regulation of (+)- carene synthase in Norway spruce (Picea abies). CONDEF (Conifer Defence Project) Workshop 2004, Ås, NO, Jun 2004
91Zeneli G. Effect of ethylene on terpene and phenolic content of Norway spruce saplings. CONDEF (Conifer Defence Project) Workshop 2004, Ås, NO, Jun 2004
92Boland W. Induction of Plant Volatile Biosynthesis by Microbial and Herbivore-derived elicitors. BASF-Kolloquium, Ludwigshafen, DE, Jun 2004 (invited)
93Mithöfer A. Signalperzeption und Signaltransduktion im Pathosystem Sojabohne - Phytophthora sojae. BASF-Kolloquium, Ludwigshafen, DE, Jun 2004
94Pohnert G. New active principles from the mechanistic investigation of algal defence. BASF-Kolloquium, Ludwigshafen, DE, Jun 2004 (invited)
95Delaroque N. Ectocarpus siliculosus, a genetic model for multicellular brown algae? XVIII International Seaweed Symposium, Bergen, NO, Jun 2004
96Pohnert G. Invited symposium speaker: The rapid bioactivation of secondary metabolites in the wound response of Caulerpa taxifolia. XVIII International Seaweed Symposium, Bergen, NO, Jun 2004
97Baldwin I.T. The raison d'etre for inducibility of antiherbivore defenses: costs and information content. International Workshop on PR-Proteins and Induced Resistance, Plant Research Department, Riso National Laboratory, Roskilde + Department of Biology, University of Fribourg, Switzerland, Elsinore, DK, May 2004 (invited)
98De Kraker J.W. The IPMS/MAM gene family of Arabidopsis and its role in plant primary and secondary metabolism. Conference "Future Trends in Phytochemistry", Phytochemical Society of Europe, Gargnano, IT, May 2004
99Boland W. Volatile organic emissions and plant defense mechanisms. Gordon Research Conference - Biogenic Hydrocarbons & the Atmosphere, Barga, IT, May 2004 (invited)
100Baldwin I.T. Bringing molecular tools to the study of ecology in native plants. Workshop: Dynamic of plants in a changing environment, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Jülich, DE, May 2004 (invited)
101Boland W. Induction of Plant Volatile Biosynthesis by Microbial and Herbivore-derived elicitors. European PhD Course INSECT BIOTECHNOLOGY, Capri, IT, May 2004 (invited)
102Pohnert G. Wound-healing in algae, new biopolymers from Caulerpa taxifolia. Bioperspectives, Darmstadt, DE, May 2004
103Schulze B. Biotic and heavy metal stress response in plants: evidence for common signals - Signals of biotic and heavy metal stress response in plants. Graduate Research School "Analysis of the Functioning and Regeneration of Degraded Ecosystems", Jena, DE, May 2004 (invited)
104Kost C. Duft oder Nektar? - Wie sich die Limabohne im Freiland gegen Fraßfeinde verteidigt. 27. Fränkisch-Mitteldeutsches Naturstoffchemiker-Treffen, Bayreuth, DE, Apr 2004
105Schulze B. Neue Signalmoleküle - Oxylipine im verletzten Blatt und im Darm ihrer Herbivoren. 27. Fränkisch-Mitteldeutsches Naturstoffchemiker-Treffen, Bayreuth, DE, Apr 2004
106Baldwin I.T. The costs and benefits of defense in a terrestial desert plant. MPI for Terrestrial Microbiology, Marburg, DE, Apr 2004 (invited)
107Mithöfer A. Plants under attack: The role of chemical signalling. Botanisches Kolloquium, FSU Jena, Jena, DE, Apr 2004 (invited)
108Baldwin I.T. S. nigrum in biorhiz evolution process. BIORHIZ commission meeting, University of Lund, Lund, SE, Apr 2004 (invited)
109Piel J. Bakterielle Symbionten: neue Chancen für die Wirkstoffgewinnung. Universität Leipzig, Leipzig, DE, Apr 2004 (invited)
110Baldwin I.T. The costs and benefits of chemical defense. State University of California, Riverside, LA, US, Apr 2004 (invited)
111Baldwin I.T. The costs and benefits of chemical defense. State University of Florida, Gainsville, Florida, US, Apr 2004 (invited)
112Groten K. Mechanisms contributing to the senescence of pea nodules. Annual Meeting of the Society for Experimental Biology, Society for Experimental Biology, Edingburgh, GB, Apr 2004
113Heckel D.G. Mapping the H-locus in Papilio dardanus. International Workshop on Evolution and Development in Butterflies, San Juan, PR, Apr 2004 (invited)
114Kost C. Indirekte Verteidigung der Limabohne im Freiland. Multitrophische Interaktionen, Göttingen, DE, Apr 2004
115Clauss M. Evolutionary dynamics of herbivore defense in out-crossing and inbreeding Arabidopsis species. Cornell University, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Ithaca, NY, US, Apr 2004 (invited)
116Clauss M. Adaptive evolution of ecologically important traits. "New Science Conference", John Innes Centre, Norwich, GB, Apr 2004 (invited)
117Clauss M. Evolutionary dynamics of herbivore defense in Arabidopsis. "New Science Conference", John Innes Centre, Norwich, GB, Apr 2004 (invited)
118Pohnert G. Verwundungsaktivierte Verteidigung von Algen: Wirkweisen von labilen Toxinen in aquatischen Ökosystemen. University Frankfurt, Frankfurt, DE, Apr 2004 (invited)
119Kroymann J. Methods & Tools to Study Evolution. 1st WORKSHOP - EVOLUTION of the Priority Programme 1152 "Evolution of Metabolic Diversity" (EvoMet), Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Mar 2004 (invited)
120Baldwin I.T. Bringing molecular tools to the study of plant-insect interactions in nature. Institut de Biologie Moleculaire des Plantes, Centre de la Recherche Scientifique, Strassburg, FR, Mar 2004 (invited)
121Mithöfer A. Induzierte Synthese von Duftstoffen in der Pflanze-Insekt Interaktion: Die Rolle des Wundtraumas. 17. Tagung "Molekularbiologie der Pflanzen", Dabringhausen, DE, Mar 2004
122Gershenzon J. Allocation to plant defense: classic theories and recent evidence from plant physiology and molecular biology. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Herbivore Interactions, Ventura, CA, US, Mar 2004 (invited)
123Clauss M. Talk 1: Evolutionary dynamics of a defense gene family in two Arabidopsis species, Talk 2: Evolution of complex traits: herbivore and drought resistance. University of Nebraska, School of Biological Sciences, Lincoln, NE, US, Mar 2004 (invited)
124Pohnert G. Induced defence in the red alga Gracilaria chilensis. Universidad Austral, Puerto Montt, CL, Mar 2004 (invited)
125Pohnert G. Wundheilung in Algen: Neue Biopolymere aus Caulerpa taxifolia. Chemiedozententagung, Dortmund, DE, Mar 2004
126Schmid K. Evolutionary genomics of Arabidopsis thaliana: Finding adaptative trait genes. Symposium "Mechanisms of adaptation, genetic differentiation and speciation", Tutzing, DE, Mar 2004 (invited)
127Wittstock U. Special weapons - exceptional countermeasures: How insects cope with an activated plant defense system. Colloquium of the Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie, IPB, Halle (Saale), DE, Mar 2004 (invited)
128Baldwin I.T. Maintenance of Complex Adaptations during Speciations: Naturstuff meeting. 16. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA, Irsee, DE, Feb 2004 (invited)
129Mithöfer A. FNS II: an Octadecanoid-induced cytochrom P450 in legumes. 2nd German Middle East Plant Molecular Biology Meeting, Jena, DE, Feb 2004
130Wichard T. Cloning and characterization of a lipoxygenase from Physcomitrella patens as a model system in the chemical defence of diatoms. 2nd German Middle East Plant Molecular Biology Meeting, Jena, DE, Feb 2004
131Pohnert G. Production and effects of oxylipins as chemical defense of Diatoms. Ecole Normale Superieur, Paris, FR, Feb 2004 (invited)
132Mithöfer A. Oligosaccharide-induced volatile compounds. Workshop of the EU-network "Sacc-Sig-Net", Grenoble, DE, Jan 2004
133Piel J. Nichtkultivierte bakterielle Symbionten - Chancen für eine nachhaltige Produktion von Wirkstoffen aus Tieren. Universität Freiburg, Freiburg, DE, Jan 2004 (invited)
134Piel J. Uncultured bacterial symbionts as producers of drug candidates isolated from invertebrate animals. Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Munich, DE, Jan 2004 (invited)
135Schneider B. Anwendung der NMR-Spektroskopie in Metabolismus-Studien III. Graduierten Kolleg "Adaptive physiol.-biochem. Reaktionen auf ökologisch relevante Wirkstoffe", Institut für Biochemie-Biotechnologie, Universität Halle, Halle (Saale), DE, Jan 2004 (invited)
136Mitchell-Olds T. Evolutionary and ecological functional genomics. Dept. of Biology, Duke University, Durham, NC, US, Jan 2004 (invited)
137Gershenzon J. Molecular biology of volatile terpenes. ISONET Meeting on Ecological and Physiological Functions of Biogenetic Isoprenoids and their Impact on the Environment, Rome, IT, Jan 2004 (invited)
138Piel J. Uncultured bacterial symbionts - opportunities and challenges in drug discovery. Universität Tübingen, Tübingen, DE, Jan 2004 (invited)
139Mitchell-Olds T. Functional and adaptive significance of natural variation in relatives of Arabidopsis. 11th New Phytologist Symposium "Functional genomics of environmental adaptation in Populus", Gatlinburg, Tennessee, US, Jan 2004 (invited)
140Mitchell-Olds T. Nucleotide Polymorphism and Quantitative Trait Variation in Arabidopsis and Related Species. Keystone Symposia Meeting "Natural Variation and Quantitative Genetics in Model Organisms", Breckenridge, Colorado, US, Jan 2004 (invited)
141Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore. University of Bonn, Botany Department, Bonn, DE, Jan 2004 (invited)
142Clauss M. Talk 1: Evolutionary dynamics of a functional gene family in two Arabidopsis species Talk 2: Evolution of complex traits: herbivore and drought resistance. Rice University, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Houston, Texas, US, Jan 2004 (invited)
143Clauss M. Evolution of plant defense: from candidate genes to herbivore resistance. University of Missouri, Division of Biological Sciences, Columbia MO, US, Jan 2004 (invited)
144Clauss M. Evolution of plant defense: from candidate genes to herbivore resistance. University of North Dakota, Department of Biology, Grand Forks, ND, US, Jan 2004 (invited)
145Pohnert G. Biosynthesis of Bioactive Metabolites from Algae. University of Groningen, Groningen, NL, Jan 2004 (invited)
146Pohnert G. Dynamische chemische Verteidigungsstrategien von Algen. OC-Kolloquium, Braunschweig, DE, Jan 2004
147Schmid K. Evolutionary genomics of Arabidopsis thaliana: finding genes that are involved in adaptations. Dept. of Biological Sciences, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, US, Jan 2004 (invited)
2003
1Vogel H. Heterosis for growth rate in Arabidopsis thaliana. SPP Heterosis Statusmeeting, MPI for Molecular Plant Physiology, Golm, DE, Dec 2003
2Mithöfer A. Perzeption und Verarbeitung chemischer Signale in Leguminosen: Aspekte zur Unterscheidung von Freund und Feind. University of Tübingen, Tübingen, DE, Dec 2003
3Mitchell-Olds T. Ecological and evolutionary genomics of plant resistance to insect herbivores. University of Oulu, Department of Biology, Oulu, FI, Dec 2003
4Schmid K. Bioinformatics in the context of evolutionary genomics. Workshop of the Jena Centre of Bioinformatics (JCB), Jena, DE, Dec 2003
5Wittstock U. Plant defense and insect counteradaptation: Metabolic diversion of the "mustard oil bomb" by a specialist herbivore. Colloquium of the Julius-von-Sachs-Institute of Life Sciences, Julius-Maximilians-Universitat, Würzburg, DE, Dec 2003 (invited)
6Baldwin I.T. Use of GMOs in Ecological Research: Council of British NGOs. Rausing Foundation, London, GB, Dec 2003
7Kroymann J. Natural Variation, Glucosinolate Genetics & Insect Resistance. Experimental Plant Sciences (EPS) Meeting 4, Wageningen, NL, Dec 2003
8Zipfel C. Effekte von Bt-Endotoxin auf die tritrophische Interaktion zwischen Mais, Nichtziel-Lepidopteren und deren Parasitoiden - neue Erkenntnisse. Verbundtreffen "Sicherheitsforschung & Monitoringmethoden zum Anbau von Bt-Mais", Großhansdorf, DE, Nov 2003
9Heil M. Defensas activadas e indirectas de las plantas - Estudias en sitios naturales en México. Universidad del Mar, Campus Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, MX, Nov 2003
10Mithöfer A. Plant pests: recognition and defence responses. International Potato Center, La Molina, PE, Nov 2003
11Sharbel T. B chromosome evolution and apomixis in the Boechera holboellii complex: does a genomic parasite cause asexuality? ESF Partner (Parthenogenesis network) workshop, Wageningen, NL, Nov 2003
12Mithöfer A. Plants under attack: the impact of chemical response. Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima, PE, Nov 2003
13Steppuhn A. Nicotine - ecological costs and benefits. Seminar, Abteilung für Angewandte Zoologie/ Tierökologie, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, DE, Nov 2003
14Boland W. Plant defense-inducing N-acylgutamines from insect guts: structural diversity and microbe-assisted biosyntheses. Crop Science & Technology 2003, British Crop Protection Council, Glasgow, GB, Nov 2003
15Baldwin I.T. Chemical signaling between plants and herbivores in natural ecosystems. Kolloquium der Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Aachen, DE, Nov 2003
16Kroymann J. QTL for Glucosinolates & Insect Resistance. NATURAL Workshop, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, GB, Nov 2003
17Pohnert G. Dynamische Verteidigungsreaktionen von Algen. Auswahlkomission "Lichtenberg-Professur" der Volkswagen-Stiftung, Göttingen, DE, Nov 2003
18Pohnert G. Chemische Verteidigung in Algen. Botanisches Kolloquium, University of Göttingen, Albrecht-von-Haller-Institut für Pflanzenwissenschaften, Göttingen, DE, Nov 2003
19Boland W. Insects and Their Gut Bacteria Influence Plant Defense Reactions. ASOMPS XI 2003 (XIth Asian Symposium on Medicinal Plants), Chinese Academy of Sciences, Kunming Institute of Botany, Kunming, CN, Oct 2003 (invited)
20Kroymann J. Comparative Evolutionary Analysis of Methylthioalkylmalate Synthase Genes & Enzymes in the Capparales. 2nd Colloquium of the Priority Programme 1152 "Evolution of Metabolic Diversity" (EvoMet), Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2003
21Mithöfer A. Plants and their living environment: how to discriminate friend and foe. University of Würzburg, Würzburg, DE, Oct 2003
22Pohnert G. Mechanismen der aktivierten chemischen Verteidigung von Kieselalgen. GDCh Jahrestagung Chemie 2003, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), München, DE, Oct 2003
23Baldwin I.T. Costs of Chemical defense. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, US, Oct 2003
24Søe A.R.B. Partitioning of soil respiration fluxes under elevated CO2. Annual meeting of the German Association of Stable Isotope Research, German Association for Stable Isotope Research (GASIR), Cologne, DE, Oct 2003
25Mitchell-Olds T. Evolutionary genomics of plant defense. University of Barcelona, Department of Genetics, Barcelona, ES, Oct 2003
26Mitchell-Olds T. Arabidopsis quantitative genomics. Centro Nacional de Biotecnologia, Madrid, Madrid, ES, Oct 2003
27Schmidt A. Involvement of Prenyltransferases in the Chemical Defence of Norway spruce (Picea abies). Institutsseminar FU Berlin, Freie Universität Berlin, Institut für Angewandte Zoologie, Berlin, DE, Sep 2003
28Mitchell-Olds T. Neutral evolution and natural selection in plant populations. Symposium on Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics, Lausanne, CH, Sep 2003
29Schmid K. Developing resources for association mapping in A. thaliana. 11th Molecular Markers Symposium of the GPZ, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzengenetik und Kulturpflanzenforschung (IPK), Gatersleben, DE, Sep 2003
30Baldwin I.T. Jasmonate signaling in Nicotiana attenuata. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, US, Sep 2003
31Mitchell-Olds T. Why does Arabidopsis have a small genome? European Plant Genomics Symposium: Plant-GEMs, GARNet, York, GB, Sep 2003
32Heckel D.G. Linkage mapping reveals a diversity of mechanisms of resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis toxin in Lepidoptera. 6th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of Lepidoptera, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2003 (invited)
33Wheat C. Butterfly genes and evolution: genetic variation and measuring fitness in the wild. 6th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of Lepidoptera, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2003
34Mitchell-Olds T. Evolutionary genomics of plant defense. 9th Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Leeds, GB, Aug 2003
35Stranger B. A multi-locus analysis of variation in Arabidopsis: comparison between the outbreeders Arabidopsis lyrata and A. halleri, and the inbreeder A. thaliana. 9th Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Leeds, GB, Aug 2003
36Tholl D. Arabidopsis thaliana: A model system for volatile terpene biosynthesis, regulation & function. The Phytochemical Society of North America - 2003 Annual Meeting "Secondary Metabolism in Model Systems", Peoria, Illinois, US, Aug 2003
37Tokuhisa J. Aliphatic Glucosinolate Biosynthesis in Arabidopsis thaliana: The evolution of an elongating story. The Phytochemical Society of North America - 2003 Annual Meeting "Secondary Metabolism in Model Systems", Peoria, Illinois, US, Aug 2003
38Baldwin I.T., Kessler A. The emission of herbivore induced phytochemicals and their effect on the insect community of Nicotiana attenuata in natural populations. ESA Annual Meeting, The Ecological Society of America, Savannah, Georgia, US, Aug 2003 (invited)
39Halitschke R. Ecological consequences of altered jasmonate signaling capacity in Nicotiana attenuata. ESA Annual Meeting, The Ecological Society of America, Savannah, Georgia, US, Aug 2003 (invited)
40Mitchell-Olds T. Molecular ecology of Arabidopsis relative. Gordon Research Conference - Evolutionary and Ecological Functional Genomics, Colby-Sawyer College, New London, NH, US, Aug 2003
41Mitchell-Olds T. Functional evolutionary genetics of Arabidopsis. Gordon Research Conference - Evolutionary and Ecological Functional Genomics, Colby-Sawyer College, New London, NH, US, Aug 2003 (invited)
42Kroymann J. Function and Evolution of an Arabidopsis Insect Resistance QTL. 11th International Congress on Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, St. Petersburg, RU, Jul 2003
43Heil M. Costs of induced resistance to pathogens – new empirical evidence for an evolutionary concept. MPI for Plant Breeding Research, Cologne, DE, Jul 2003
44Kang J.H. Wound Responsive Gene, Threonine Deaminase Regulates Induced Jasmonic Acid Accumulation in Nicotiana attenuata. 1st Joint ISCE-APACE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Asia-Pacific Association for Chemical Ecology, Gyeongju, KR, Jul 2003
45Mithöfer A. Aspects of friend and foe discrimination in legume-microbe interactions. University of Halle, Dept. of Agricultural Science, Halle (Saale), DE, Jul 2003
46Heil M. Indirekte Verteidigung bei Ameisenpflanzen - Anpassungen an eine erfolgreiche Symbiose. University of Regensburg, Regensburg, DE, Jul 2003
47Stranger B. Levels and patterns of nucleotide variation within and among species closely related to Arabidopsis thaliana. Journeys in Evolutionary Biology - Catalan Society of Biology Annual Meeting, Barcelona, ES, Jul 2003
48Ramos Onsins S. Multilocus Analysis of Variation in the closely related species Arabidopsis halleri and A. lyrata. 2003 Society of Molecular Biology and Evolution Conference, Newport Beach, Ca, US, Jun 2003
49Wheat C. Identifying the mechanistic basis of fitness differences by connecting molecular tests of selection with fitness measurements in the wild. 2003 Society of Molecular Biology and Evolution Conference, Newport Beach, Ca, US, Jun 2003
50Lawton-Rauh A. Regulatory gene evolution in the Hawaiian silversword alliance. 11th New Phytologist Symposium on Plant Speciation, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, CA, Jun 2003 (invited)
51Clauss M. Equilibrium population genetics in Arabidopsis lyrata. Evolution 2003, Society for the Study of Evolution, Society of Systematic Biologists, American Society of Naturalists, Chico, CA, US, Jun 2003
52Ramos Onsins S. Patterns of nucleotide variation between the close related species Arabidopsis halleri and A. lyrata. Evolution 2003, Society for the Study of Evolution, Society of Systematic Biologists, American Society of Naturalists, Chico, CA, US, Jun 2003
53Wheat C. Adaptation at specific loci. VII. Natural selection, dispersal and the diversity of molecular functional variation patterns among butterfly species complexes (Colias: Lepidoptera, Pieridae ) . Evolution 2003, Society for the Study of Evolution, Society of Systematic Biologists, American Society of Naturalists, Chico, CA, US, Jun 2003
54Gershenzon J. Understanding the evolution and function of secondary metabolism. Institute Days, MPI for Molecular Plant Physiology, Golm, DE, Jun 2003 (invited)
55Pohnert G. Oxylipin-mediated chemical defense of Diatoms. 2nd Joint Symposium on "Plant Oxylipins", EU-Consortium on Natural Oxylipins and Defence in Ornamentals (NODO), the Working Group on Non-Mammalian Eicosanoids, and the German Society for Fat Science (DGF), Göttingen, DE, Jun 2003
56Fenning T. Background ecological and social issues in relation to forests, forestry, and forest biotechnology. IUFRO Tree Biotechnology Conference, Umea Plant Science Centre, Umea, SE, Jun 2003 (invited)
57Fenning T. What are the background ecological and social issues in relation to forests, forestry, and forest biotechnology? Tree Biotechnology 2003, Umeå Plant Science Centre, Umeå, SE, Jun 2003 (invited)
58Gershenzon J. Properties of a prenyltransferase involved in resin formation in Picea abies. CONDEF (Conifer Defence Project) Workshop 2003, Drobak, NO, Jun 2003 (invited)
59Zeneli G. Methyl jasmonate induction of defenses in large trees of Norway spruce. CONDEF (Conifer Defence Project) Workshop 2003, Drobak, NO, Jun 2003
60Tokuhisa J. The MAM enzymes and glucosinolate side chain formation: an elongation story of plant defense compounds. Seminar, Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research, Gatersleben, DE, Jun 2003
61Boland W. Monitoring plant volatile emission by Ultra Fast GC (zNoseTM). 3rd International Symposium on Insect Pheromones, Bäckaskog Castle, SE, May 2003 (invited)
62Bubner B. Real-time PCR as quantification tool. Group presentation at the NanoBiophotonics Group, Göttingen, DE, May 2003
63Mitchell-Olds T. Evolutionary genomics of plant defense. University of California, Center for Population Biology, Davis, CA, US, May 2003
64Degenhardt J. Stereoselectivity and allelic diversity of two maize terpene synthases are dependent on single amino acid substitutions. TERPNET 2003 - 6th international meeting dedicated to reporting on the latest advances in the chemistry and biology of terpenes and isoprenoids, Lexington, Kentucky, US, May 2003
65Gershenzon J. The exploitation of model systems to investigate the function and evolution of terpene secondary metabolites in plants. TERPNET 2003 - 6th international meeting dedicated to reporting on the latest advances in the chemistry and biology of terpenes and isoprenoids, Lexington, Kentucky, US, May 2003 (invited)
66Clauss M. Towards a molecular ecology: Phenotypes in field populations, gene expression and molecular diversity. Seminar, Raleigh, NC, US, May 2003 (invited)
67Pohnert G. Chemical defense strategies of algae. Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, US, May 2003
68Schmid K. Identification of adaptive trait genes in Arabidopsis. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, Apr 2003
69Adolph S. Synthese und biologische Aktivität von a,b,g,d-ungesättigten Aldehyden aus Diatomeen. 25. Fränkisch-Mitteldeutsches Naturstoffchemiker-Treffen, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Apr 2003
70Baldwin I.T. The merger paradox. University of California, Berkeley, Department of Plant and Microbial Biology, Berkeley, CA, US, Apr 2003
71Brand S. Vom Nutzen der chemischen Synthese und Analytik bei der Suche nach den Enzymen der Diarylheptanoidbiosynthese. 25. Fränkisch-Mitteldeutsches Naturstoffchemiker-Treffen, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Apr 2003
72Köllner T. The stereospecificity of two maize sesquiterpene synthases is dependent on four amino acids in the active centre. PhD Workshop Jena - Golm, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Apr 2003
73Mitchell-Olds T. Arabidopsis quantitative genomics. University of Wageningen, Dept. Plant Sciences, Wageningen, NL, Apr 2003
74Mithöfer A. Interactions of plants with other organisms. NATURIA Workshop, Mexico City, MX, Apr 2003
75McKay J. Ecological genetics and drought adaptation. University of Calinfornia - Riverside, Dept. of Biology, Riverside, Ca, US, Apr 2003
76Mitchell-Olds T. Evolutionary genomics of plant defense. Harvard University, Dept. of Organismic & Evolutionary Biology, Cambridge, MA, US, Apr 2003
77Degenhardt J. Auswirkungen von Bt-Endotoxin auf die tritrohische Interaktion zwischen Mais, Nichtziel-Lepidopteren und deren Parasitoiden. BMBF-Statusseminar, Hannover, DE, Apr 2003
78Baldwin I.T. Transcriptional imprints of ecologcial interactions. Annual Meeting of the Society for Experimental Biology, Society for Experimental Biology, Southampton, GB, Mar 2003 (invited)
79Schmid K. Searching for adaptive trait genes in Arabidopsis and close relatives. University College, London, GB, Mar 2003
80Pohnert G. Das Signal eines endophytischen Parasiten dient als Substrat für eine schnelle Verteidigungsreaktion der Rotalge Chondrus crispus. Chemiedozententagung 2003, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Chemnitz, DE, Mar 2003 (invited)
81Schmid K. Searching for adaptive trait genes in Arabidopsis and close relatives. University of Grenoble, Grenoble, FR, Mar 2003
82Schmidt D.D. The effects of ecosystem complexity and biodiversity on the expression of ecologically relevant genes in a model plant, Solanum nigrum. DFG project meeting, Jena, DE, Mar 2003
83Heidel A. Fitness Costs of SAR. University of Munich, Department of Evolutionary Biology, Munich, DE, Mar 2003
84Mithöfer A. Identifizierung der Flavonsynthase II als ein Octadecanoid-induziertes Cytochrom P-450 in der Sojabohne. 16. Tagung "Molekularbiologie der Pflanzen", Dabringhausen, DE, Feb 2003
85Baldwin I.T. The merger paradox. Symposium des Forschungszentrums für Umwelt und Gesundheit, Weihenstephan, DE, Feb 2003
86Schmid K. Large-scale identification of SNP markers in Arabidopsis thaliana. GABI Statusmeeting, Gustav-Stresemann-Institut, Bonn, DE, Feb 2003
87Mitchell-Olds T. Evolutionary genomics of plant defense. University of Halle, Dept. of Agricultural Science, Halle (Saale), DE, Feb 2003
88Baldwin I.T. Recource-Based Constraints in Herbivore Defense: Lessons from native Nicotiana. SFB 607 "Growth and Parasite Defense" - Second International Symposium, Neuherberg, DE, Feb 2003
89Steppuhn A. Ecological benefits of nicotine & the role of a-DOX1 after herbivore attack. Seminar Max Planck Institute for Molecular Plant Physiology, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Plant Physiology, Golm, DE, Jan 2003
90Benderoth M. The influence of two mycorrhizoidal fungi on Defense, Development and Fitness of Nicotiana attenuata. PhD Students Seminar, MPI for Chemical Ecology/ MPI for Molecular Plant Physiology, MPI for Molecular Plant Physiology, Golm, DE, Jan 2003
91Kang J.H. The Role of Threonine Deaminase (TD) in Nicotiana attenuata. PhD Students Seminar, MPI for Chemical Ecology/ MPI for Molecular Plant Physiology, MPI for Molecular Plant Physiology, Golm, DE, Jan 2003
92Last R. Arabidopsis map-based cloning in the post-genome era. Indiana University, Bloomington, In, US, Jan 2003
93Schneider B. Anwendung der NMR-Spektroskopie in Metabolismus-Studien II. University of Halle, Dept. of Agricultural Science, Halle (Saale), DE, Jan 2003 (invited)
94Baldwin I.T. Allopolyploid speciation and its effects on ecological adaptations: Plant-herbivore interactions in Nicotiana native to North America. National Academy of Sciences Sackler Colloquium "Chemical communication in a post-genomic world", Ivrine, Ca, US, Jan 2003 (invited)
95Mitchell-Olds T. Genomics of plant/insect interactions in Arabidopsis. National Academy of Sciences Sackler Colloquium "Chemical communication in a post-genomic world", Ivrine, Ca, US, Jan 2003
96Mitchell-Olds T. Evolutionary genetics of Brassicaceae. Plant and Animal Genome XI. Conference, San Diego, Ca, US, Jan 2003
97Mitchell-Olds T. Functional evolutionary genetics of Arabidopsis. Plant and Animal Genome XI. Conference, San Diego, Ca, US, Jan 2003 (invited)
98Sharbel T. Genome-wide genetic variability and DNS sequence divergence along an aneuploid chromosome associated with apomixis in the Arabis holboellii complex. Plant and Animal Genome XI. Conference, San Diego, Ca, US, Jan 2003
99Heil M. Ökologische und evolutionäre Aspekte induzierter und indirekter Verteidigung bei Pflanzen. University of Essen, Essen, DE, Jan 2003
100Pohnert G. Dynamic chemical defense strategies of Algae. University of Genève, Genf, CH, Jan 2003
101Wichard T. Activated chemical defense mechanism of diatoms. 26. Fränkisch-Mitteldeutsches Naturstoffchemiker-Treffen, Würzburg, DE, Jan 2003
2002
1Last R. Arabidopsis systems biology. Indiana University, Bloomington, In, US, Dec 2002
2Last R. Arabidopsis map-based cloning in the post-genome era. New York Botanical Gardens, New York City, NY, US, Dec 2002
3Mitchell-Olds T. Evolutionary genomics of plant defense. University of Chicago, Dept. of Ecology and Evolution, Chicago, US, Dec 2002
4Mitchell-Olds T. Evolutionary Processes and Crucifer Genomes. Comparative Plant Genomics, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY, US, Dec 2002
5Mitchell-Olds T. Functional population genetics of Arabidopsis. Comparative Plant Genomics, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY, US, Dec 2002
6Schneider B. Special nuclear magnetic resonance techniques in chemical ecology and plant sciences. University of Halle, Dept. of Agricultural Science, Halle (Saale), DE, Dec 2002
7Last R. Metabolic systems biology. University of York, Centre for Novel Agricultural Products, York, GB, Dec 2002
8Schmid K. Rapidly evolving genes in Arabidopsis and closely related species. Evolutionary Genomics Symposium, Lund University, Lund, SE, Dec 2002
9Last R. Metabolic systems biology. John Innes Centre, Norwich, GB, Dec 2002
10Mitchell-Olds T. Arabidopsis quantitative genomics. John Innes Centre, Norwich, GB, Dec 2002
11Heil M. Indirekte und induzierte Verteidigung bei Pflanzen - Ökologische und evolutionäre Aspekte. University of Bielefeld, Bielefeld, DE, Dec 2002
12Kuhn J. Evolution of the transport system of defensive compounds in leaf beetle larvae. University of Berlin, Department of Biology, Berlin, DE, Dec 2002
13Pohnert G. Defensive strategies of algae. Seminar des SFB 454 Bodenseelitoral, University of Konstanz, Konstanz, DE, Dec 2002
14Baldwin I.T. Allopolyploid speciation and its effects on ecological adaptations: Plant-herbivore interactions in Nicotiana native to North America. MPG Sektionssymposium, Biologisch-Medizinische Sektion, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002
15Mitchell-Olds T. Evolutionary genomics of complex traits. MPG Sektionssymposium, Biologisch-Medizinische Sektion, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002
16Baldwin I.T. Plant ecological expression systems: Nicotiana attenuata and Solanum nigrum. Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002 (invited)
17Boland W. GC-C-IRMS, as a method to analyze metabolic flux and origin of compounds. Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002 (invited)
18Degenhardt J. The formation of volatile terpenes in maize and its regulation by herbivore damage. Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002
19Gase K. Molecular tools for the ecological expression systems. Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002
20Gershenzon J. Biological approaches to developing model systems for studying plant-insect interactions. Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002 (invited)
21Kessler A. Nature as a scientific laboratory. Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002
22Krock B. Analytical tools for the ecological expression systems. Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002
23Kuhn J. Understanding sequestration. Thioglycosides as valuable tools to study ingestion of plant derived glycosides by insects. Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002
24Mitchell-Olds T. Genetic variation for ecologically important traits. Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002 (invited)
25Piel J. Non-cultured endosymbionts as producers of pharmaceutically relevant compounds: a genetic approach. Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002
26Schmid K. Population genomics and evolutionary bioinformatics in Arabidopsis . Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002
27Schneider B. Special Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Techniques in Chemical Ecology and Plant Sciences . Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002
28Svatoš A. Mass spectrometry in chemical ecology: facility, applications and dreams. Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002
29Tholl D. Biosynthesis and emission of volatiles from Arabidopsis. Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002
30Vogel H. Functional genomics of plant-insect interactions. Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002
31Wittstock U. Arabidopsis as a model plant to investigate glucosinolate defense and insect counteradaptation. Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002
32Wheat C. Ecological and evolutionary functional genomics Vol. II: working models and models that work. University of Jena, Jena, DE, Nov 2002
33Last R. Arabidopsis map-based cloning in the post-genome era. MPI for Plant Breeding Research, Cologne, DE, Nov 2002
34Göbel U. Allgemeine Vorstellung des D3-Projektes (ohne Titel). Workshop of the Jena Centre of Bioinformatics (JCB), Jena, DE, Nov 2002
35Kroymann J. Mapping of QTL for Glucosinolates & Insect Resistance. NATURAL Workshop, Versaille, FR, Nov 2002
36Fenning T. Perspectives and prospects for forest biotechnology in Europe. “BIOFOR 02” - Sustainable. Forestry, Wood Products and Biotechnology, Vitoria-Gasteiz, ES, Nov 2002 (invited)
37Baldwin I.T. Andy Goldsworthy and ecological research. Ecological and Biodiversity Research, Krakau, PL, Nov 2002
38Baldwin I.T. Nicotiana attenuata and Solanum nigrum as plant ecological expression systems. Ecological and Biodiversity Research, Krakau, PL, Nov 2002
39Clauss M. Ecology and evolution of a plant defense gene family. Ecological and Biodiversity Research, Krakau, PL, Nov 2002
40Halitschke R. Dissecting the oxylipin-regulated ecological interactions of Nicotiana attenuata. Ecological and Biodiversity Research, Krakau, PL, Nov 2002 (invited)
41Kessler A. Nicotiana attenuata - an example of plant-mediated tri-trophic interactions. Ecological and Biodiversity Research, Krakau, PL, Nov 2002
42Last R. High throughput biochemical genetics in Arabidopsis. MPI for Molecular Plant Physiology, Golm, DE, Nov 2002
43Shumate A. Natural variation in species interactions: Model and not-so-model systems. Ecological and Biodiversity Research, Krakau, PL, Nov 2002
44Wheat C. Balancing selection in Colias butterflies? Ecological and Biodiversity Research, Krakau, PL, Nov 2002
45Zipfel C. Effekte von Bt-Endotoxin auf die atritrophische Interaktion zwischen Mais, Nichtziel-Lepidopteren und deren Parasitoiden. BMBF-Statusseminar, Darmstadt, DE, Nov 2002
46Schmid K. Population genomics in Arabidopsis: Identification and analysis of rapidly evolving genes. Banbury Meeting, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY, US, Nov 2002
47Piel J. Neues zur Biosynthese der Rubromycine. University of Göttingen, Göttingen, DE, Nov 2002
48Zipfel C. Effekte von Bt-Endotoxin auf die tritrophische Interaktion zwischen Mais, Nichtziel-Lepidopteren und deren Parasitoiden. Verbundtreffen "Sicherheitsforschung & Monitoringmethoden zum Anbau von Bt-Mais", Freising, DE, Nov 2002
49Mitchell-Olds T. The Ecological Significance of Genetic Variation in Plant Populations. 1st EPSO Conference on Networks in Plant Biology, Brunnen, CH, Oct 2002 (invited)
50Last R. High throughput biochemical genetics in Arabidopsis. University of Minnesota, Center for Microbial and Plant Genomics and Department of Plant Biology, Minneapolis, Mn, US, Oct 2002
51Baldwin I.T. Answering Ecological Questions with the Tools of Plant Molecular Biology in Nicotiana attenuata. LeTourneau Memorial Lectureship, University of Idaho, Microbiology, Molecular Biology & Biochemistry, Moscow, ID, US, Oct 2002
52Baldwin I.T. Transcriptional imprints of ecologcial interactions. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, Oct 2002
53Baldwin I.T. Molecular ecology of Nicotiana attenuata. Boyce Thompson Institute, Ithaca, NY, US, Oct 2002
54Last R. Arabidopsis map-based cloning in the post-genome era. Rutgers University, Biotechnology Center for Agriculture and the Environment, New Brunswick, NJ, US, Oct 2002
55Baldwin I.T. Our dissapearing biological legacy. Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ, US, Oct 2002
56Svatoš A. Sex pheromone of Cameraria ohridella - practical applications. VIIth European Congress of Entomology, Thessaloniki, GR, Oct 2002
57Antonchick A. Synthesis of deuterated brassinosteroids and application in biosynthetic studies. 24. Fränkisch-Mitteldeutsches Naturstoffchemiker-Treffen, Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2002
58Last R. Arabidopsis systems biology. MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2002
59Brand S. Heterologous expression of a chalcone synthase-like enzyme from Wachendorfia thyrsiflora. 4. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, MPI für Chemische Ökologie, Jena, DE, Oct 2002
60Burow M. Molecular characterization of proteins controlling glucosinolate hydrolysis. 4. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, MPI für Chemische Ökologie, Jena, DE, Oct 2002
61Halitschke R. Manipulation of defense signaling in Nicotiana attenuata. 4. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, MPI für Chemische Ökologie, Jena, DE, Oct 2002 (invited)
62Schmidt D.D. The model plant Solanum nigrum – molecular tools for ecological questions. 4. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, MPI für Chemische Ökologie, Jena, DE, Oct 2002
63Mitchell-Olds T. The ecological significance of genetic variation in plant populations. Workshop on Evolution in Biological Invasions, Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2002
64Schmid K. Identification of adaptive trait genes by large scale analysis of genetic variation in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Genomics European Meetings (Plant GEMs) 2002, Technical University of Berlin, Berlin, DE, Oct 2002
65Baldwin I.T. Herbivore-specific responses in Nicotiana attenuata. Botanikertagung 2002, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Freiburg, DE, Sep 2002 (invited)
66Gershenzon J. Convergent evolution of glucosinolate processing pathway in Arabidopsis thaliana and one of its specialist herbivores. Botanikertagung 2002, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Freiburg, DE, Sep 2002 (invited)
67Heil M. Indirect defence by ant-plants – regulatory processes in defensive ant-plants interactions. Botanikertagung 2002, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Freiburg, DE, Sep 2002 (invited)
68Schnee C. The maize genes tps1 and tps2 encode terpene synthases that catalyze the formation of terpenes after herbivore damage. Botanikertagung 2002, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Freiburg, DE, Sep 2002
69Svatoš A. Semi-synthetic preparation of sex pheromones from plants – new method of IPM? IOBC-wprs Working Group Meeting - Chemical Ecology, International Organization for Biological and Integrated Control of Noxious Animals and Plants - IOBC, West Palearctic Regional Section- wprs, Erice, Sicily, IT, Sep 2002 (invited)
70Gershenzon J. Biosynthesis and functions of glucosinolates. Workshop on Sulphur in Plants: Interaction of basic metabolism and stress resistance, Freiburg, DE, Sep 2002 (invited)
71Baldwin I.T. VIGS in ecolgical research. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Cottbus, DE, Sep 2002 (invited)
72Heil M. Costs of induced resistance – new evidence for an old question. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Cottbus, DE, Sep 2002
73Mitchell-Olds T. Functional evolutionary genetics. Workshop on Breeding Systems: Evolutionary issues and novel approaches, La Fouly, CH, Sep 2002
74Piel J. Biosynthesis of a beetle defense metabolite by a bacterial symbiont. 3rd European Conference on Marine Natural Products, Schloss Elmau, Elmau, DE, Sep 2002 (invited)
75Pohnert G. Phospholipase activity triggers the wound-activated chemical defense in the diatom Thalassiosira rotula. 3rd European Conference on Marine Natural Products, Schloss Elmau, Elmau, DE, Sep 2002 (invited)
76Fenning T. Seeing the wood for the trees: The difficulty in understanding where forestry in Europe is now, and where it might be going. Symposium "Forest Biotechnology in Europe", Edinburgh, GB, Sep 2002 (invited)
77Kroymann J. Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics in Arabidopsis thaliana. Lausanne Genomic Days, Lausanne, CH, Sep 2002
78Köllner T. The stereospecificity of two maize sesquiterpene synthases is dependent on four amino acids in the active centre. 14th International Symposium on Chirality, Hamburg, DE, Sep 2002
79Mitchell-Olds T. Applications of SNPs in plant genetics. Workshop on Technical and Analytical Methods for Wildlife Genetics: developments for use of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs), Leipzig, DE, Sep 2002
80Gershenzon J. Biogenic hydrocarbons in the biosphere: Evaluating their roles in plant defense and communication. Gordon Research Conference - Biogenic Hydrocarbons & the Atmosphere, Oxford, GB, Sep 2002 (invited)
81Baldwin I.T. The thawing freezer: the frozen biological legacy of the tibetan icefield. Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Adademy of Sciences, Beijing, CN, Aug 2002
82Boland W. Classification of terpenoid biosynthesis according to the MEP- or MVA-pathway by isotope ratio mass spectroscopy. 19th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Hamburg, DE, Aug 2002 (invited)
83Kang J.H. Developmental and wound-responsive regulation of threonine deaminase gene promotor from Nicotiana attenuata. 19th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Hamburg, DE, Aug 2002 (invited)
84Kroymann J. Glucosinolates and Insect Resistance in Arabidopis thaliana. 19th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Hamburg, DE, Aug 2002 (invited)
85Kroymann J. Glucosinolates and insect resistance in Arabidopsis thaliana. 19th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Hamburg, DE, Aug 2002 (invited)
86Kuhn J. Selective thioglycosid-transport from gut to defence glands in chrysomelid leaf beetles. 19th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Hamburg, DE, Aug 2002 (invited)
87McKay J. Genetics of drought adaptation in Arabidopsis thaliana: Natural variation, QTL mapping, near-isogenic lines and transformants. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Tuscon, Az, US, Aug 2002
88Newman R. Aquatic herbivores and the chemical defense system of watercress. 19th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Hamburg, DE, Aug 2002 (invited)
89Piel J. Biosynthesis of beetle defense compounds by a bacterial symbiont. 19th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Hamburg, DE, Aug 2002 (invited)
90Pohnert G. Phospholipase activity triggers the wound-activated chemical defense in the diatom Thalassiosira rotula. 19th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Hamburg, DE, Aug 2002 (invited)
91Schnee C. Identification of maize terpene synthase genes involved in the indirect defense against lepidopteran herbivores. 19th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Hamburg, DE, Aug 2002 (invited)
92Svatoš A. Semi-synthetic preparation of sex pheromones from plants transformed with an insect desaturase. 19th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Hamburg, DE, Aug 2002 (invited)
93Tholl D. Terpene biosynthesis and emission from Arabidopsis thaliana flowers: New perspectives for investigations of floral scent biology and evolution. 19th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Hamburg, DE, Aug 2002 (invited)
94Vogel H. Profiling plant-insect interactions. 19th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Hamburg, DE, Aug 2002 (invited)
95Wittstock U. The power of plagiarism - Glucosinolate hydrolysis in plants and specialist lepidopterans. 19th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Hamburg, DE, Aug 2002 (invited)
96Vogel H. Profiling plant-insect interactions. PlantMetaNet, Hamburg, DE, Aug 2002
97Gershenzon J. Ecological significance of terpene volatiles: From Arabidopsis to maize. Phytochemical Society of North America Meeting, Merida, MX, Jul 2002 (invited)
98Wittstock U. Specifier proteins - key players in the interaction of generalist and specialist lepidopterans with glucosinolate-containing plants. Phytochemical Society of North America Meeting, Merida, MX, Jul 2002 (invited)
99Schneider B. Phenylphenalenone biosynthesis observed by 13C NMR and HPLC-1H NMR coupling. Stable Isotope Techniques for the Analysis of Plant Metabolism, University of Nantes, Nantes, FR, Jul 2002
100Clauss M. Alternative fates for tandem duplicated genes. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Evolution, Champaign-Urbana, Il, US, Jul 2002
101Stranger B. Molecular evolution of TGG1 in Arabidopsis thaliana: Positive selection for increased activity of a plant defensive enzyme. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Evolution, Champaign-Urbana, Il, US, Jul 2002
102Vogel H. Functional and Evolutionary Analysis of Lipid transfer proteins and Thionins, two small protein families, in Arabidopsis and related species. Arabidopsis Functional Genomics Network (AFGN) Minisymposium, Seville, ES, Jul 2002
103Gershenzon J. Glucosinolates: Do these Arabidopsis plant herbivore defenses "cut" themustard? Seminar, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, NL, Jun 2002 (invited)
104Ramos Onsins S. A Tool for the Analysis of Nucleotide Variability using Multiple Loci. University of Munich, Munich, DE, Jun 2002
105Clauss M. Molecular and functional evolution of tandem duplicated defense genes in Arabidopsis. Molecular Evolution: Evolution, Genomics, Bioinformatics, Sorrento, IT, Jun 2002
106de Meaux J. Selection patterns on the putative recognition domain of resistance gene candidates in wild bean populations. Molecular Evolution: Evolution, Genomics, Bioinformatics, Sorrento, IT, Jun 2002
107Kroymann J. The Functional Basis of Balancing Selection at the Elong Locus. Molecular Evolution: Evolution, Genomics, Bioinformatics, Sorrento, IT, Jun 2002
108Schmid K. Approaches to the identification of adaptive trait genes in the genome of Arabidopsis thaliana. Molecular Evolution: Evolution, Genomics, Bioinformatics, Sorrento, IT, Jun 2002
109Sharbel T. Clonal longevity, gene flow and convergent aneuploidy: keys to success in the apomictic Arabis holboellii complex. Molecular Evolution: Evolution, Genomics, Bioinformatics, Sorrento, IT, Jun 2002
110Stranger B. Molecular evolution of TGG1 in Arabidopsis thaliana: Positive selection for increased activity of a plant defensive enzyme. Molecular Evolution: Evolution, Genomics, Bioinformatics, Sorrento, IT, Jun 2002
111Sharbel T. A population genetic approach to understanding apomictic reproduction in the Arabis holboellii complex. Institute National de la Recherche Agronimique (INRA), Paris, FR, Jun 2002
112Baldwin I.T. Plant ecology in the genomic era: lessons from native Nicotiana. Plant Biology Canada 2002, Calgary, CA, Jun 2002
113Gershenzon J. New proteins mediating the interaction of glucosinolates and their insect herbivores. Seminar, Technical University of Dresden, Dresden, DE, Jun 2002 (invited)
114Brand S. Are chalcone synthase-like enzymes involved in the biosynthesis of phenylphenalenones? PhD Workshop Wageningen - Heteren, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Jun 2002
115Voelckel C. Insect-induced responses in Nicotiana attenuata, ecological and molecular aspects. PhD Workshop Wageningen - Heteren, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Jun 2002
116Clauss M. Ecology and evolution of a gene family. Dutch Botanical Society Meeting, Wageningen, NL, Jun 2002
117Sharbel T. A population genetic approach to understanding apomictic reproduction in the Arabis holboellii complex. Institut Francais de Recherche pour l'Exploitation de la Mer (IFREMER), La Tremblade, FR, May 2002
118Baldwin I.T. Insect-induced responses in Nicotiana attenuata, ecological and molecular aspects. University of Jena, Inst. for General Botany, Dept. Plant Physiology, Jena, DE, May 2002
119Bubner B. How plant viruses circumvent virus defense systems of plants: A case study with cucumber mosaic virus. University of Jena, Inst. for General Botany, Dept. Plant Physiology, Jena, DE, May 2002
120Kang J.H. The Role of Threonine Deaminase (TD) in Nicotiana attenuata. University of Jena, Inst. for General Botany, Dept. Plant Physiology, Jena, DE, May 2002
121Steppuhn A. Weeds and other competitors. University of Jena, Inst. for General Botany, Dept. Plant Physiology, Jena, DE, May 2002
122Wu J. Parasitic associations. University of Jena, Inst. for General Botany, Dept. Plant Physiology, Jena, DE, May 2002
123Gershenzon J. The cloning of geranylgeranyl diphosphate synthase from Norway spruce, an important enzyme of resin acid biosynthesis. CONDEF (Conifer Defence Project) Workshop 2002, Stavern, NO, May 2002 (invited)
124Zeneli G. Correlation between terpene concentration and tree anatomy in Norway. CONDEF (Conifer Defence Project) Workshop 2002, Stavern, NO, May 2002
125Schneider B. LC-NMR and other NMR techniques in Biosynthetic Studies. Chulalongkorn University, Faculty of Pharmacology, Bangkok, TH, May 2002 (invited)
126Schneider B. Application of LC-NMR Coupling for Identification of Natural Products and Biosynthetic studies. Zhejiang University, College of Pharmaceutial Sciences, Hangzhou, CN, May 2002 (invited)
127Schneider B. Application of special Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Techniques in Natural Product Chemistry and Chemical Ecology. 2nd Sino-German Symposium on Complex Biological Systems - Multidisciplinary Approaches, Kunming, CN, May 2002
128Tholl D. Terpenoid secondary metabolites: What do plant model systems tell us about their ecological functions? 2nd Sino-German Symposium on Complex Biological Systems - Multidisciplinary Approaches, Kunming, CN, May 2002 (invited)
129Tokuhisa J. The Glucosinolate Triangle: Interactions of Plant Biosynthesis, Toxicity and Herbivore Interactions. 2nd Sino-German Symposium on Complex Biological Systems - Multidisciplinary Approaches, Kunming, CN, May 2002
130Delaroque N. Keynote: What is new on Phaeoviruses ? Third algal virus workshop, Hiroshima, JP, May 2002
131Zipfel C. Does abiotic/biotic stress change the volatile profile of corn? Doktoranden-Workshop, MPI für Molekulare Pflanzenphysiologie Golm, Golm, DE, Apr 2002
132Sharbel T. A population genetic approach to understanding apomictic reproduction in the Arabis holboellii complex. University of Wageningen, Laboratory of Genetics, Wageningen, NL, Apr 2002
133Opitz S. Identifizierung, Biosynthese und Verteilung von Phenylphenalenon-abgeleiteten Naturstoffen in Xiphidium und Wachendorfia - zwei Arten aus der Familie der Blutwurzler (Haemodoraceae). 23. Fränkisch-Mitteldeutsches Naturstoffchemiker-Treffen, Leipzig, DE, Apr 2002
134Spiteller D. Neue N-Acyl-aminosäurekonjugate von herbivoren Insekten. 23. Fränkisch-Mitteldeutsches Naturstoffchemiker-Treffen, Leipzig, DE, Apr 2002
135Schmidt A. Isolation of prenyltransferase genes and construction of an EST cDNA library from methyl jasmonate spreyed spruce bark. First German Meeting on Woody Plant Genomics, Hamburg, DE, Apr 2002
136Benderoth M. Fitness costs of an induced anti-herbivore-defense in Arabidopsis thaliana. 7. Jahrestreffen des Arbeitskreises "Experimentelle Ökologie", Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Freising, DE, Apr 2002
137Stranger B. Molecular population genetics of Arabidopsis species. University of Montana, Division of Biological Sciences, Missoula, US, Apr 2002
138Wheat C. A molecular analysis of fitness differences in a wild population of Colias butterflies. 4th International Conference on the Biology of Butterflies, Leeuwenhorst, NL, Mar 2002
139Gershenzon J. The biosynthesis of glucosinolates, a large class of secondary metabolites in Arabidopsis. Seminar, Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, CA, US, Mar 2002 (invited)
140Gershenzon J. Plants and herbivores have ESP: The metabolism of Arabidopsis glucosinolates after leaf damage and the response of insect herbivores. Seminar, University of Arizona, Department of Entomology, Tuscon, AZ, US, Mar 2002 (invited)
141Baldwin I.T. Polyploidy and herbivore resistance. Plant Survival in Ecosystems, Neuchâtel, CH, Mar 2002
142Sharbel T. Clonal longevity, gene flow and convergent aneuploidy: keys to success in the apomictic Arabis holboellii complex. Institut Francais de Recherche pour l'Exploitation de la Mer (IFREMER), Paris, FR, Mar 2002
143Baldwin I.T. Molecular ecology of Nicotiana attenuata. University of Bern, Faculty of Botany, Bern, CH, Mar 2002
144Mitchell-Olds T. Arabidopsis quantitative genomics. 6th Gatersleben Research Conference on Plant Genetic Resources in the Genomic Era: Genetic Diversity, Genome Evolution, and New Applications, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzengenetik und Kulturpflanzenforschung (IPK), Gatersleben, DE, Mar 2002
145Boland W. Classification of terpenoids according to the methylerythritol-phosphate or the mevalonate pathway with isotope ratio MS. Gordon Research Conference - Biology, Chemistry and Evolution of Floral Scent, Ventura, CA, US, Mar 2002 (invited)
146Piel J. Polyketide Biosynthesis in an Unculturable Bacterial Symbiont. Gordon Research Conference - Marine Natural Products, Ventura, CA, US, Mar 2002 (invited)
147Søe A.R.B. Partitioning of root and microbial respiration in a FACE experiment. The use of stable isotopes in ecology, Göttingen, DE, Mar 2002
148Textor S. Glucosinolates in Arabidopsis thaliana. Seminar, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Marburg, DE, Mar 2002 (invited)
149Piel J. Pederin-Biosynthese in einem symbiontischen Bakterium. 14. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA, Irsee, DE, Feb 2002
150Textor S. Aliphatic glucosinolates in Arabidopsis thaliana. Sulphur in Plants, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Feb 2002
151Sharbel T. Clonal longevity, gene flow and convergent aneuploidy: keys to success in the apomictic Arabis holboellii complex. Institut Francais de Recherche pour l'Exploitation de la Mer (IFREMER), Nantes, La Tremblade, FR, Feb 2002
152Schneider B. Anwendung der LC-NMR-Kopplung zur Identifizierung von Naturstoffen und für Biosyntheseuntersuchungen. LC-NMR, LC-MS und LC-NMR-MS in der Naturstoffanalytik, Hannover, DE, Feb 2002 (invited)
153Sharbel T. Clonal longevity, gene flow and convergent aneuploidy: keys to success in the apomictic Arabis holboellii complex. University of Münster, Inst. Animal Eolution and Ecology, Dept. Evolutionary Biology, Münster, DE, Feb 2002
154Gershenzon J. Plant Perfumes - Does releasing scents make sense? Symposium on Natural Products, Plants and Insects - an Excursion in Chemical Ecology in Honor of the 65th Birthday of Prof. Thomas Hartmann, Technical University of Braunschweig, Braunschweig, DE, Feb 2002 (invited)
155Mitchell-Olds T. Molecular evolution of insect resistance in Arabidopsis and Arabis. Symposium “Evolution caught in the Act?”, Leiden University, Leiden, NL, Feb 2002 (invited)
156Pohnert G. Dynamische Verteidigungsstrategien von Mikro- und Makroalgen. Biologische Anstalt Helgoland (BAH), Helgoland, DE, Feb 2002
157Pohnert G. Verwundungsaktivierte Verteidigung von Diatomeen und siphonalen Grünalgen. Institut für Meereskunde, Kiel, DE, Feb 2002
158Søe A.R.B. Variability of soil respiration in relation to soil water. Dynamik komplexer Ökosysteme, Jena, DE, Feb 2002
159Gershenzon J. Puzzling perfumes: Investigating the formation and function of volatile terpenes released from plant foliage. Seminar, University of Göttingen, Göttingen, DE, Jan 2002 (invited)
160Baldwin I.T. Anti-sense knockouts in ecologial researc. Institute for Phytosphere Research, Jülich, DE, Jan 2002
161Schneider B. Anwendung der NMR-Spektroskopie in Metabolismus-Studien I. University of Halle, Dept. of Agricultural Science, Halle (Saale), DE, Jan 2002 (invited)
162Sharbel T. Clonal longevity, gene flow and convergent aneuploidy: keys to success in the apomictic Arabis holboellii complex. Plant, Animal & Microbe Genomes X, San Diego, Ca, US, Jan 2002
163Baldwin I.T. Herbivore-specific responses in Nicotiana attenuata. University of Madrid, CNB, Madrid, ES, Jan 2002
164Baldwin I.T. Tritrophic based defense in Nicotiana attenuata. University of Darmstadt, Darmstadt, DE, Jan 2002
165Gershenzon J. The formation and function of volatile terpenes in maize and Arabidopsis. Seminar, Wageningen University, Wageningen, NL, Jan 2002 (invited)
166Kessler A. The plant’s induced responses to herbivory. University of Kaiserslautern, Studium Generale, Kaiserslautern, DE, Jan 2002
167Kessler A. The ecological relevance of the plant’s induced responses to herbivory – Using nature as a laboratory. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, Jan 2002
168Piel J. Modern methods of biosynthesis research. University of Prague, Prague, CZ, Jan 2002
169Piel J. Pederin - ein Käferkampfstoff produziert von bakteriellen Symbionten. University of Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, DE, Jan 2002
170Piel J. Pederin - ein Käferkampfstoff produziert von bakteriellen Symbionten. University of Göttingen, Göttingen, DE, Jan 2002
171Piel J. Pederin, a beetle toxin synthesized by an unculturable bacterial symbiont. Naturstoffpool-Meeting, HKI Hans-Knöll-Institut, Jena, DE, Jan 2002
172Piel J. Polyketid-Biosynthese in einem nichtkultivierten bakteriellen Symbionten. BRAIN GmbH, Zwingenburg, DE, Jan 2002
173Piel J. Biosynthesis of a beetle defense metabolite by a bacterial symbiont. University of Tokyo, Tokyo, JP, Jan 2002 (invited)
174Piel J. Biosynthesis genes of pederin - a chemical weapon of beetles produced by a bacterial symbiont. University of Arizona, Tuscon, Az, US, Jan 2002
2001
1Mitchell-Olds T. Ecological genomics of lepidopteran herbivores on cruciferous host plants. ESA Annual Meeting, The Ecological Society of America, San Diego, Ca, US, Dec 2001 (invited)
2Boland W. Thioglycosides: valuable molecular probes for the analysis of sequestration processes in leaf beetle larvae. ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Lake Tahoe, NV, US, Jul 2001 (invited)
3Degenhardt J. The terpene synthase gene family in Zea mays and ist role in defense against herbivory. ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Lake Tahoe, NV, US, Jul 2001 (invited)
4Gershenzon J. Testing the defensive function of terpenoid resin in Norway Spruce (Picea abies). ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Lake Tahoe, NV, US, Jul 2001
5Jung V. Chemical defense of the invasive green alga Caulerpa taxifolia. ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Lake Tahoe, NV, US, Jul 2001
6Spiteller D. Biosynthesis of N-acyl amino acids by gut bacteria. ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Lake Tahoe, NV, US, Jul 2001
7Boland W. Chemistry of Attraction and Defense in Macro- and Microalgae. PSA Meeting, Estes Park, CO, US, Jun 2001 (invited)
8Kliebenstein D. Specificity in The Glucosinolate/Myrosinase System Regulates Defense Against Insect Herbivores. 12th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research, Madison, Wisconsin, US, Jun 2001
9Kliebenstein D. Studying Jasmonate and Wounding Signal Transduction With Natural Variation. 12th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research, Madison, Wisconsin, US, Jun 2001 (invited)
10Mitchell-Olds T. Genetic variation in Arabidopsis thaliana and related species. 12th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research, Madison, Wisconsin, US, Jun 2001 (invited)
11Heil M. Costs of induced resistance - what do we know and what can they explain? Meeting of the IOBC-wprs Study Group "Induced resistance in plants against insects and diseases", Wageningen, NL, Apr 2001
12Heil M. Extrafloral nectar produced by Macaranga tanarius is an induced, indirect defence against herbivores. Meeting of the IOBC-wprs Study Group "Induced resistance in plants against insects and diseases", Wageningen, NL, Apr 2001
13Kang J.H. Promoter analysis of the wound-induced genes, Threonine deaminase, from Nicotiana attenuata. Meeting of the IOBC-wprs Study Group "Induced resistance in plants against insects and diseases", Wageningen, NL, Apr 2001
14Kessler A. The emission of herbivore-induced volatiles and their effect on the insect community of Nicotiana attenuata in natural populations. Meeting of the IOBC-wprs Study Group "Induced resistance in plants against insects and diseases", Wageningen, NL, Apr 2001
15Roda A. Induced Flavonoids in Glandular Trichomes of Nicotiana attenuata. Meeting of the IOBC-wprs Study Group "Induced resistance in plants against insects and diseases", Wageningen, NL, Apr 2001
16Degenhardt J. The biosynthesis of terpenes in Zea mays and ist role in defense against herbivory. TERPNET 2001 - 5th international meeting dedicated to reporting on the latest advances in the chemistry and biology of terpenes and isoprenoids, Bonn, DE, Mar 2001
17Baldwin I.T. Plant-herbivore interactions in the post-genomic era. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Herbivore Interactions, Ventura, CA, US, Feb 2001 (invited)
18Boland W. Differential induction of plant volatile biosynthesis by microbial and herbivore elicitors. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Herbivore Interactions, Ventura, CA, US, Feb 2001 (invited)
2000
1Köllner T. Isolation and characterization of terpene synthase genes in Zea mays. 3. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Sep 2000
2Spiteller D. N-Acylamino acid conjugates from insects. 3. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Sep 2000
3Boland W. Induction of Plant Volatile Biosynthesis by Microbial Elicitors and Herbivores. ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Poços de Caldas, BR, Aug 2000 (invited)
4Koch T. Ion Channel-forming Alamethicin is a Potent Elicitor of Volatile Biosynthesis and Tendril Coiling; Cross-Talk between Jasmonate and Salicylate Signaling in the Lima bean. ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Poços de Caldas, BR, Aug 2000
5Baldwin I.T. Using molecular techniques to ground ecological processes in physiological mechanisms. ESA Annual Meeting, The Ecological Society of America, Snowbird, UT, US, Aug 2000 (invited)
6Kroymann J. Natural variation for glucosinolates controlled by a small gene family. 11th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research, Madison, Wisconsin, US, Jun 2000 (invited)
7Baldwin I.T. An ecological perspective on plant-insect signaling. Plant Signaling 2000 International Symposium, State College, PA, US, May 2000 (invited)
8Spiteller D. Endosymbiontische Bakterien als Produzenten von duftinduzierenden N-Acylaminosäurederivaten. Fränkisch-Mitteldeutsches Naturstoffchemiker-Treffen, Uni Leipzig, Leipzig, DE, May 2000
9Boland W. Chemical signals from micro- and macroalgae: biosynthesis and ecology. Gordon Research Conference - Marine Natural Products, Ventura, CA, US, Mar 2000 (invited)
10Baldwin I.T. Ecological Biochemistry of Jasmonates. Keystone Symposium "Signals and Signal Perception in Biotic Interactions in Plants", Taos, New Mexico, US, Feb 2000 (invited)
1999
1Boland W. Induced Biosynthesis of Insect Semiochemicals in Plants. ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Marseille, FR, Nov 1999 (invited)
2Spiteller D. Chemie der Salivarsekrete von Lepidopteren. Fränkisch-Mitteldeutsches Naturstoffchemiker-Treffen, Bayreuth University, Bayreuth, DE, Oct 1999
3Bohlmann J. Biochemistry, molecular genetics and evolution off the plant terpene synthase (Tps) gene family. Gordon Research Conference - Biology, Chemistry and Evolution of Floral Scent, Oxford, GB, Sep 1999 (invited)
4Boland W. Biosynthesis of homo- and norterpenes of floral scents. Gordon Research Conference - Biology, Chemistry and Evolution of Floral Scent, Oxford, GB, Sep 1999 (invited)
5Baldwin I.T. Using ecology to understand induced responses: an example from native Nicotiana. Gordon Research Conference - Agricultural Science: Genomics in Crop Production, Ventura, CA, US, Feb 1999 (invited)
1998
1Baldwin I.T. Jasmonates as Mediators of Adaptive Responses to Environmental Stresses. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Molecular Biology, Henniker, NH, US, Jul 1998 (invited)
2Baldwin I.T. The Chemical Ecology of Nicotiana attenuata; An Example of Adaptive Plasticity - Silverstein-Simeone Award Lecture. ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Ithaca, NY, US, Jun 1998 (invited)
1997
1Kessler A. Silencing the jasmonate cascade: Influences of induced plant defenses on herbivore community composition. Gordon Research Conference - Quantitative Genetics and Biotechnology, Ventura, CA, US, Feb 1997
06-2
1Arias Cordero E. Persistence of the larval midgut microbiota in the adult of the forest cockchafer (Melolontha hippocastani). 8th Symposium, INRA-Rowett on Gut Microbiology, Gut Microbita, Friend or Foe?, Clermont-Ferand, FR, Jun 06-2
1Baldwin I.T. Training Genome-Enabled Field Biologists and understanding what is required for plants to survive in the real world. Colloquium, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Biologisch-Pharmazeutischen Fakultät, Jena, DE, (invited)
2Mithöfer A. Signaling in Plant-Insect Interactions: From Herbivore Recognition to Defenses. CNRS-Kolloquium, CNRS, Toulouse, FR, (invited)
3Warskulat A.C. Analytische Charakterisierung der Struktur und Biosynthese von Nudicaulinen in Papaver nudicaule. Analytisches Seminar des Lehrbereichs Umweltanalytik, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena, DE,
4Warskulat A.C. Biosynthesis of Nudicaulins in Papaver nudicaule. 8th NMR/MS Meeting, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Naumburg, DE,
5Warskulat A.C. Analytische Charakterisierung der Biosynthese von Nudicaulinen in Papaver nudicaule. Analytisches Seminar des Lehrbereichs Umweltanalytik, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena, DE,